Gujarat CM Modi compares UPA Govt. with tainted Godman
Mumbai, May 26 (ANI): Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has compared the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) Government with tainted Godman Nirmal Baba.
Taking on the UPA already under fire for skyrocketing inflation, string of corruption and steep hike in petrol price, Modi said that he would have to register a case against the ruling government in the court of the masses."There is a government in Delhi, which is just like court of fraud Godman like Nirmal Baba, who claims that having a sweet would bless you. The government in Delhi also makes similar claims that 'vote us to power' and inflation would go away on its own, this is what they have said, right?" said Modi, while addressing a BJP rally here on Friday."They had said that 'elect us to power and we would ensure that inflation goes away in 100 days', they had said like the fraud Godman give assurances. Nirmal Baba is going to jail but I have come to register a case against the government in the court of the masses," he added.Modi accused the government of not fulfilling the promises made during the elections.
"What kind of a government is this? They make false promises, mislead the masses while perpetrating their own schemes just like fraud Godman does. The people need to see through the government's fraud. There are many in the government like Nirmal Baba, who are filling up their own coffers while befooling people," he said.
Modi further slammed the government over the constant fall of rupees against dollar, saying there is conspiracy behind it and Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh must answer why it is falling constantly.In respect to the country's current deteriorating economic condition, Modi raised serious questions over the government's capability in further running the country.
"The government in Delhi neither has a leader or policies nor a clear conscience. If the government doesn't have a leader, set policies or clear intentions, we can see what harm it can cause to the nation," he said.
Modi also slammed the government over the setting up of the National Counter Terrorism Centre (NCTC), saying that the norms of the government's counter-militancy body denied the states their rights.
Defending the NCTC, Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh had earlier this month said that the establishment of the NCTC is not a State versus Centre issue.
The chief ministers of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA)-ruled states have also opposed the NCTC.
The main task of the NCTC would be to ensure that a wide variety of security organizations in the country work in tandem, at least on issues related to terrorism.
It will also have the power to seek information, including documents, reports, transcripts, and cyber information from any agency, including from the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), National Investigation Agency, National Technical Research Organization, Directorate of Revenue Intelligence and all seven central armed police forces including the National Security Guard (NSG).
The body, which will function under the Intelligence Bureau, would be given its own operational wing with powers to arrest and conduct searches under Section 43A of the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act. (ANI)
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