UPA in "coma": Nitin Gadkari
BJP said it has lost credibility both at home and abroad due to a spate of corruption charges against it and its failure to deal with security.
New Delhi: Claiming that the UPA government
has gone into a "coma", BJP on Wednesday said it has lost credibility
both at home and abroad due to a spate of corruption charges
against it and its failure to deal with security and economy
"Government is in coma. It is not yet dead. Therefore,
the doctor cannot issue a death certificate... being led by a
Prime Minister whose hands are tied...the government lacks
direction and is unable to fight corruption," party president
Nitin Gadkari said here.
He said the government "lacked vision and leadership" to
lead the nation which is facing problems on the security
as well as economic front.
"It has lost its credibility at home and abroad," he
Gadkari was releasing a CD to mark one year of `Bharat
Ekta Yatra` by the party`s youth wing which had planned to
hoist the national flag at Srinagar`s Lal Chowk.
Accusing Congress of indulging in appeasement of the
minority community, he said while no party leader has gone to
the village of Inspector M C Sharma, killed in the Batla House
encounter, several leaders of the ruling party had been making
a "beeline" to Azamgarh to meet the relatives of the alleged
terrorists gunned down in the incident.
"A Congress general secretary claims the encounter was
fake while the Home Minister says it was genuine. I don`t know
who is speaking the truth," he said.