Bhopal, Dec 20 (UNI) The Madhya Pradesh JD(U) today resolved to launch a statewide agitation against anti-people policies of the Centre and the state government.
The decision was taken at a meeting of the state party executive meeting that concluded in the state capital today.
Alleging that the ruling BJP had been unable to fulfill electoral promises, JD(U) President Sharad Yadav today said the government had failed on all fronts, including water, electricity and roads.
He said the present BJP Government had left behind the previous Congress government in corruption in welfare-oriented schemes.
Two resolutions were passed in the state party executive meeting. It was resolved to launch agitation against anti-people policies of the government and the Centre.
In a separate proposal, it was stated that the announcement to create a Special Economic Zone (SEZ) would worsen the plight of farmers and the government must stop this.
Regarding entry of multinationals and big industrialists in the retail trade, he said the step was disastrous for small retailers and would increase unemployment. The proposal demanded that a law be enacted to control this in view of future of small retail traders in the state.