Sonia?s move a trailblazer: Babbar
RAJ BABBAR was all praise for Congress leader Sonia Gandhi and termed her resignation from the Lok Sabha as a lesson for those policitians who hold the post more important .Updated: Mar 24, 2006 00:27 IST
RAJ BABBAR was all praise for Congress leader Sonia Gandhi and termed her resignation from the Lok Sabha as a lesson for those policitians who hold the post more important .
The MP from Agra said, Sonia Gandhi's move was a trail blazer and a tight slap on the faces of those politicians who were ready to lay down their lives to remain in power. “She deserves all kudos for guts to shun everything in a single stroke,” he added.
Talking to newsmen here at the Circuit House, Babbar dubbed the Samajwadi Party as a party sans socialism and was being controlled by the 'Goondas' and 'Dalals'.
Without naming the SP leader Amar Singh, Babbar said the 'Dalal' was being funded by the power hungry politicians in an attempt to keep their future bright.
Commenting on the Chief Minister, he said Mulayam Singh Yadav had never ever sided with the grassroot workers and the people. Instead he always listened to the ‘Dalals,’ who had no role in the growth of the party, he quipped.
He also cast doubts on the allotment of land to Anil Ambani by the State Government. He said the allotment raised several questions when the State Government had alloted 278-acre of land for just Rs 100 per acre per year lease.
“The plant, the Government claims to be its biggest achievement, is unlikely to cater to the needs of the state,” he said .
Babbar said 90 per cent of the electricity to be produced from the plant would be exported to other states and rest would be at the state's disposal.
He also indicated that the Samajwadi Party was hand in gloves with the BJP and the Sangh Parivar. And this fact could be corroborated with the visit of RSS chief KS Sudarshan to the Chief Minsiter three days after the Mau riots. Close on the heels came an article of the Sangh spokesman Madhav Vaid in the Organiser that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Samajwadi Party should form the government together.
First Published: Mar 24, 2006 00:27 IST