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'Oust betrayers from politics'

'Oust betrayers from politics'

Author: PNS
Publication: The Pioneer
Date: April 6, 2009
URL: http://www.dailypioneer.com/167646/'Oust-betrayers-from-politics'.html

Gujarat Chief Minister and BJP's poster-boy Narendra Modi on Sunday called the people of Orissa to oust the betrayers from the public life. "Chun chun ke maro - list out the betrayers from the common life and oust them from the politics," he said.

Addressing an impressive gathering at the Exhibition Ground, Modi said he was astonished to see that the act of betrayal took place in the land of Lord Jagannath. He further said the people of India have never forgiven the betrayers.

"Chiman Bhai Patel betrayed the BJP and the people of Gujarat gave him a befitting reply that not a single supporter of Patel is now seen in Gujarat. The same thing happened in Karnataka and people taught a lesson to the betrayer. It would be repeated in the Orissa and people will teach a lesson to the betrayers," he said.

Appealing the people to vote for the BJP, he said if the party was voted to power, it would give good governance to the people. "Gujarat has no coal and no iron raw materials. But it is still the number one State in producing steel. Orissa has everything, but unable to move on the path of development. The Oriya boys are moving to other States for their livelihood, he said, adding that the time has come to change it as Orissa has the potential to become Gujarat. "I hope, Orissa should cross Gujarat in all respect," he said.

Launching a scathing attack on the Congress-led Government at the Centre; he said not a single Congress worker accepted Manmohan Singh as its leader. "The UPA has crumbled. Both Lalu Yadav and Ram Vilas Paswan have already left the UPA. None of them agreed to accept Singh as Prime Minister. On the other hand, each constituent of the NDA has already accepted LK Advani as the Prime Minister," he said, adding that Singh was not able to oust a Minister from the Cabinet who did not attend a single Cabinet meeting for the last five years.

Coming down heavily on the Congress for its vote bank policy, he said the Congress-led UPA Government had failed to contain terrorism and price rise. "We were attacked by Pakistan. But we approached Pakistan and continued to write a letters. The love -letter writing must be stopped. We must teach Pakistan in its own language," he said.

Criticising the Third Front, he said in every moment, the concept of the Front had changed. "No one knows who is the leader of the Left Front," he said, adding that the leaders of the Left Front were opportunists.

"While the Left symbolises opportunism, the Sonia- led Congress promotes family politics and the Advani-led BJP speaks for nationalism. People have to choose the one among them who can usher development and peace," he said.

He also raised the issue of how black money was deposited in Swiss banks and the BJP's demand to bring back the money. "Either Sonia Gandhi or Manmohan Singh should come for a debate with Advani in a live telecast," he said.

He also criticised Sharad Pawar for hobnobbing between the Left and Third Front. "Knowingly, he skipped the Bhubanswar rally by saying that there was a technical snag in his aircraft," he said.

Earlier speaking on the occasion, Rajya Sabha member Chandan Mitra said people were already aware of the fact the why the alliance had broken.

"Even 60 years after Independence, Orissa is still poor and under the category of Bimaru," he said, adding that how BJP-ruled States have introduced rice at Rs 2 per kg scheme, welfare schemes for the girls and providing education facilities to the children of the BPL families.

Among others senior leader Biswabhusan Harichandan and State unit president Suresh Pujari spoke on the occasion. Dillp Ray, Archana Nayak, Samir Mohanty, Sudita Ray, Golak Mohapatra and others were present on the occasion.


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