Disclose who wants to destabilise polity, asks BJP

Rebutting PM Manmohan Singh`s statement, the BJP asked him to name the "forces" trying to destabilise the polity and force early elections.

Hyderabad: Rebutting Prime Minister Manmohan
Singh`s statement, the BJP on Wednesday asked him to name the
"forces" trying to destabilise the polity and force early
elections.

"The Prime Minister owed an explanation to the country
and he should disclose who is trying to destabilise the
government," senior BJP leader M Venkaiah Naidu told reporters
here.
He was speaking in the backdrop of the statement by Singh
that certain "forces" are trying to destabilise the polity and
a "restless Opposition" was attempting to force early
elections.

"In order to divert attention of people from failures of
the UPA government and massive scams, Manmohan Singh has
levelled wild allegations as late PM Indira Gandhi who used to
say that in every incident there was a foreign hand," Naidu
alleged.
After the recent leak of a finance ministry note on 2G
spectrum allocation, Home Minister P Chidambaram has no moral
right to continue in the government, the BJP leader said.

Replying to a query, Naidu said "the question is whether
people have confidence in Chidambaram whose name was raked up
in the 2G issue."

Discussing about the future strategy of his party, Naidu
said the BJP would discuss various issues like present
uncertainty prevailing in the country, Finance Ministry`s note
on the 2G issue, recall of the Gujarat Governor and campaign
against corruption launched by the party in its two-day
National Executive meeting to be held from September 30 in
Delhi.

The meeting would also finalise the proposed rathyatra
of senior leader L K Advani, he added.

PTI