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UPA lacks clarity in dealing with Maoist threats: BJP

BJP on Wednesday alleged that the UPA government`s "lack of clarity" in dealing with Maoist threats has resulted in inefficient functioning of police and paramilitary forces.



Kozhikode: BJP on Wednesday alleged that the UPA
government`s "lack of clarity" in dealing with Maoist threats
has resulted in inefficient functioning of police and
paramilitary forces.
"Maoists are spreading networks, taking advantage of lack
of development, lack of clarity, coordination and swift
response from the government, contradictory statements from
responsible persons in power and provision of inadequate
equipment to forces, resulting in affected states being at the
receiving end," BJP national Secretary Muralidhar Rao told
reporters.

Accusing the UPA government of being soft to threats
posed by terrorism, he charged the UPA with "viewing the
menace through the prism of religion."

"The Congress` keenness to run a coalition government as
part of retaining power at any cost is the hallmark of the
UPA-II government," he alleged.
He claimed lack of clarity within the Manmohan Singh
Ministry had paved the way for lacklustre performance of the
UPA-II government during its one year rule.

"The government has miserably failed to address the
burning price rise issue. No positive signals have come from
the agriculture sector, on which a sizable section of the
population depends," he said.

The UPA government may claim to have achieve growth at a
moderately high rate even during global recession. But ever
rising inflation, especially in the food sector, has totally
eroded faith of the poor, Rao, who was here to attend a party
function, said.

PTI

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