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Wave of change blowing in favour of Congress: Sheila Dikshit

Dehradun, Sun, 22 Jan 2012 ANI

Dehradun, Jan 22 (ANI): Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Sunday said that there is a wave of change in favour of Congress party as it has been receiving an excellent response in poll-bound Uttarakhand.


Dikshit, who arrived here for campaigning, told mediapersons, "We are receiving good response; people were too excited. All our candidates are good, so I felt that a wave of change is there and the change is in the favour of Congress."


Dikshit further said it is unfair to level allegations against somebody, without any evidence and such a trend has set in.


"I don't believe in levelling allegations against anybody, without any base or evidence and from last few days, a trend has started in the country that without looking at the work, allegations are levelled at anybody. I give an example of Commonwealth Games, at many places it was said that these were shame games, and you are saying this for your own country. At the end it came out that they were the best Commonwealth Games ever held," said Dikshit.


She said that the non-implementation of the various government schemes have led to distressing plight of the people in the state.


"The Central Government always complains that the money that is sanctioned to the states, whether it is for MNREGA or for health sector, the funds do not reach the right place. And the facilities that are made available for the minorities, SC, ST for their quality education and to provide them scholarships are not reaching them," said Dikshit.


The state's ruling BJP government has been marred by corruption charges that led to the eviction of Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank as chief minister. His post was taken over by Khanduri, who had the unenviable task of cleaning BJP's image before the polls. (ANI)


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