Hazaribagh, Oct 16 (UNI) Senior BJP leader Yashwant Sinha today accused the UPA government at the Centre of ' patronising terrorism and indulging in vote bank politics.' ''Policies of the present government has enhanced the morale of terrorists and they were now getting support from inside the country as well,'' Mr Sinha told reporters here.
Mr Sinha said the government lacked will power to curb terrorism and people in power were responsible for spreading the menace.
''Earlier terrorists were backed by the outsiders but now 90 per cent of support was being extended from inside the country just for sheer vote bank politics,'' Mr Sinha said.
Referring to recent recession in the economic market, the former Finance Minister said the industry production had declined to about 1.3 per cent which was 10.9 per cent in August 2007.
He said the Centre had also refused to provide loans to small industries on pretext of economic crisis in the market forcing them to close down their production units.
''About 15 per cent of total population have invested in the market about the economic downfall would affect 15 crore people,'' he said.
Comparing the nature of economic crisis of India with America, he said, ''ours was supply crisis but their economic system collapsed due to financial crisis.'' He also warned that India could also become bankrupt if preventive measure were not taken soon.
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