BJP accuses AP govt of being soft on anti-national elements
Former Union Minister and senior BJP leader Bandaru Dattatreya on Sunday accused Andhra Pradesh government of being soft on those involved in anti-national activities.
Hyderabad: Former Union Minister and senior
BJP leader Bandaru Dattatreya on Sunday accused Andhra Pradesh
government of being soft on those involved in anti-national
"The Congress government has been adopting appeasement
policy towards a particularly community for continuing its
vote bank politics and such act would be detrimental for the
integrity and security of the nation," Dattatreya told media
Rosaiah government is under pressure from Majlis-
Ittehadul- Muslimeen (MIM) and not taking action against those
responsible for the communal clashes the city witnessed last
month, Dattatreya alleged.
Replying to a question, the BJP leader said it was MIM
party which stages dharna whenever Muslim youths are arrested.
Hyderabad has become a shelter for terrorists and other
anti-national activities, he alleged and said that it was a
serious matter and government should not take it easy in wake
of intelligence inputs signalling possible terror attacks
in the state capital.
Ridiculing the security drill being carried out by the
Hyderabad Police, he said "if it (Rosaiah government) is
really sincere to weed out anti-national elements there is an
urgent need to enact a law like Maharashtra Control Of
Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) in the state."