Raman Singh Blames UPA for Not Taking Steps to Fight Terrorism
Accusing the Congress of only caring about votes, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman has said that UPA led by weak prime minister is not taking strict steps to fight terrorism.
“Under the leadership of a weak prime minister, the Congress-led UPA government has failed completely in combating terrorism,” he said at an election rally in Uttar Pradesh’s Mainpuri district.
He charged that the Congress is not concerned about the security of the country and only thought about votes.
Comparing power supply situation between Chhattisgarh and Uttar Pradesh, Singh said that the BJP government in Chattisgarh is providing 24-hour power supply in major parts of the state, while the Mayawati government in UP is hardly able to 12-hour power supply in most parts of the state.
Lambasting on BSP and SP, he said that both these parties had never given priority to the all-round development of the state, as a consequence of which it still lags behind.
Blaming both Mayawati and Mulayam Singh Yadav for working merely for “personal gains and interest” after becoming the chief ministers, Singh called on the people to support the BJP in the Lok Sabha polls so that it could undertake the desired developmental projects in Uttar Pradesh and other states of the country.
The Chhattisgarh chief minister addressed as many as four election rallies in Mainpuri in support of Tripti Shakya, a popular Bhojpuri folk singer, who is the party’s candidate for the Mainpuri parliamentary seat.