Bhopal, Jan 10 (UNI) Congress party's Madhya Pradesh incharge Secretary Mirza Irshad Baig today alleged that the BJP Government had failed on all fronts in the state and had no moral right to remain in power.
''Instead of reducing 'Bhay, Bhook aur Bhrastachar (fear, hunger and corruption)', the BJP Government had increased it. The BJP, which came to power about four years back, has been exposed,'' Mr Baig told newspersons here.
He said law and order situation was deteriorating in the state.
Public was feeling betrayed due to atrocities on dalits and minorities.
The Congress had come out openly against anti-people policies of the government. The party would struggle so that people get their genuine rights, Mr Baig added.
He alleged that centrally-sponsored schemes were in bad shape and the government was unable to utilise whole fund. The government had been unable to spend Rs 300 crore received under tribal sub-project, he said.
Mr Baig alleged that eight ministers were facing serious charges of corruption. Even the BJP expressed concern over this in their recently-concluded brainstorming session.
Replying to a question, he said all party leaders would announce their unity at one platform shortly. He said Congress president Sonia Gandhi would visit Madhya Pradesh soon.
He refused that the party high command was neglecting Madhya Pradesh leading to factionalism. He said differences of opinion was natural within the party but it would not affect the poll prospects.
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