Allahabad, Sep 16 (UNI) The Hindu Jagran Manch today demanded from the Union government to form strigent laws to check terrorism, corruption and criminalisation of politics.
Talking to newspersons here, the Manch National Convenor Indresh said these problems have crippled the country's economic growth and communal harmony.
If the Centre wants proper development of the nation, it must frame strigent laws to check these evils and also its proper implementation, he observed.
Criticising the Muslim appeasement policy of the UPA regime, Mr Indresh noted, ''the government's approach should be secular. All policies should reflect equality and not support any particular religion or creed as there are poors, unemployed and exploited people in every caste. Therefore, programmes ought to be for the upliftment of all''.
Inveighing the Congress-led UPA at the Centre for challenging the existence of Lord Ram, he said by doing so, the government has ''insulted'' not only the Lord but also Mahatama Gandhi, who used to sing ''Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram'' and even once dreamt of ''Ram Rajya'' in the country.