BJP using Hindutava to garner votes: Hooda
Haryana Chief Minister said that the latest Wikileaks revelations have exposed the true face of BJP and comments made by its leader Arun Jaitley have proved that the BJP had been using Hindutava for votes.
Chandigarh: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder
Singh Hooda on Sunday said that the latest Wikileaks revelations
have exposed the true face of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and
comments made by its leader Arun Jaitley have proved that the
BJP had been using Hindutava for votes.
"When elections approach the BJP is reminded of Ram
Mandir and once they are over it completely forgets the
`Mandir and Hindutava`, which clearly shows that the party is
indulging in the politics of self-interest and it has
nothing to do with common people. BJP is misguiding
people on the name of religion," Hooda said.
Hooda, who was talking to media persons at Rohtak today,
said that the revelation of Wikileaks had confirmed this
conviction of Congress that BJP had adopted double standards
and it has nothing to do with the interests of the common
BJP had neither a sustained policy nor it had any
programme for the welfare of the common people, he added.
The Chief Minister said that it had become clear from the
revelation of Wikileaks that the BJP`s stand was self
contradictory, as whenever anything was said about Congress.
Party by the Wikileaks, the people of BJP made hue and cry
taking it as true, and whenever they were blamed for their
deeds by the same media, its people refused to believe