Cong trying to topple corruption campaign: Thakur
Bihar BJP president CP Thakur appealed to the people to take pledge to end corruption on the occasion of Chhath festival.
Patna: Bihar BJP president and Rajya Sabha
member CP Thakur on Sunday accused the Congress of trying to
topple the campaign against corruption in the country and
appealed to the people to take pledge to end corruption on the
occasion of Chhath festival.
"The Congress is virtually trying to topple the campaign
and atmosphere against corruption in the country," Thakur told
He said, on the occasion of Chhath festival, "I appeal to
the people of the state take a pledge to totally eradicate
"I also stress the need for a freedom struggle-like
movement against corruption," he said.
"Be it Gandhian Anna Hazare or Yoga guru Ramdev, who have
intensified the campaign against corruption, Congress party
has always tried to lower the morale of such people," Thakur