Jamshedpur,Jan 23 (UNI) BJP national vice-president Yashwant Sinha today termed the Left parties' recent statement calling the BJP number one enemy as 'fascist'.
Talking to reporters here, Mr Sinha said in democracy, one should not identify its opposition as enemy. ''It's most unfortunate and a fascist statement,'' Mr Sinha said.
About the Left's endeavour to constitute a Third Front at the national level, the senior BJP leader sarcastically said that it would not be third front but 'third class front'.
Talking about the present political situation in Jharkhand, Mr Sinha said the Congress was doing harm to the state by threatening to pull down the Madhu Koda government.
Quoting the recent statements of Congress general secretary and in-charge of Jharkhand Ajay Maken, Mr Sinha said, ''What the Congress is trying to do is very difficult to understand.'' ''Instead of indulging in these dramas, the Congress should withdraw its support and straight away go for fresh elections in the state,'' Mr Sinha said and alleged that the Congress was playig a dual role which was dangerous for the future of the state.
He said the role of the Congress in the Simaria Assembly by-elections was mysterious as despite the constituent of the UPA alliance, they had put up candidate against the CPI.
Mr Sinha claimed the people of Jharkhand were disenchanted with the political drama of the UPA and were in favour of change of government in the state.
He asserted that the BJP would come back to power with absolute majority if election was held.
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