Fight against BSP govt`s `gundaraj` to continue: Gadkari

Terming the BSP government`s rule in Uttar Pardesh as "gundaraj", BJP president Nitin Gadkari on Tuesday said here that his party will continue its ongoing agitation against it.

Updated: May 24, 2011, 20:32 PM IST

Gorakhpur (UP): Terming the BSP government`s
rule in Uttar Pardesh as "gundaraj", BJP president Nitin
Gadkari on Tuesday said here that his party will continue its
ongoing agitation against it.

"The party will continue its ongoing agitation against
`bhaya, bhook, bhrastachar` (fear, hunger and corruption),"
Gadkari said.
Referring to the functioning of UP government, Gadkari
said that as many as nine ministers of Mayawati`s cabinet have
been arrested in criminal cases and "gundaraj" is prevailing
in the state.

The land and sugar mills are being given to corporate
houses at throw away prices, Gadkari said.

He said the party will launch a campaign at grass root
level to make people aware of the wrongdoing of UP and Centre
from next month.

Talking to media before party`s Mahasangram rally here he
said the prices of the commodities and petroleum products are
escalating while the life of "aam admi" has become miserable
during UPA-II regime.
Earlier, BJP president along with party`s senior leaders
visited Gorakhnath temple here and also met the Mahant
Avaidyanath, the champion of Ram Janma Bhoomi movement.

PTI