Bangalore, May 1 (UNI) BJP General Secretary and Lok Sabha Member Ananthakumar today said Congress had gone bankrupt on ideology and was hurting the sentiments of majority Hindus in the country.
Talking to newspersons here, he took strong exception to the statement of AICC Spokeperson and CWC Member Veerappa Moily that ''Karsevaks'' had looted jewels and idols during the Babri Masjid demolition.
He said the UPA Government, which had questioned the very existence of the Lord Rama, had submitted an affidavit before the Supreme Court and withdrew it abruptly on the controversial Ramsethu issue.
''Congress has lost faith both on Mahatma Gandhi and his concept of Ram Rajya,'' he alleged.
Expressing confidence that BJP would come back to power on its own strength in Karnataka, Mr Ananthakumar said his party would seek votes on three planks - good governance, stability and development.
He also reiterated his charge that Congress, JD(S) and SP were working on a tacit understanding with a single agenda to defeat BJP.
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