"Though the policies and programmes come in for
discussion whenever electoral results fall short of party's
expectations, no political party changes its ideology on the
basis of its showing in electoral battles," Jaitley said at
the inaugural session of the state working committee.
The Leader of Opposition in the Rajya Sabha asked party
workers to take to agitational means against the Centre and
BSP government in the state to emerge as an alternative to
both of them.
Criticising the politics adopted by the SP and BSP in
the state, Jaitley alleged that both were responsible for
criminalisation of politics and bad governance in the state.
Lucknow: BJP senior leader Arun Jaitley,
who has been under flak for party's dismal performance in Lok
Sabha polls, on Saturday said the Saffron party will continue with
its 'Hindutva" agenda as 'no principled party changes ideology
on the basis of electoral fortunes.'
First Published: Saturday, July 25, 2009, 20:21