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Naidu criticises 22-month rule of UPA Government

By Staff
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Bangalore, Mar 12 (UNI) In a scathing attack on the UPA Government's rule, senior BJP leader M Venkaiah Naidu said that whatever steps, it took, particularly on terrorism, had only posed risks for the the country's security.

Addressing a party meeting here today, he said that the increased terrorist attacks and its (Government's) soft stand had created a fear psyche in the minds of the people.

Stating that the UPA Government had failed in every aspects, he said that the party would launch 'yatras' from Dwaraka and Puri from April 6 to highlight its divisive and vote bank politics, along with with the issue of visit of U S President George Bush.

''Congress is indulging in a divisive politics by asking for the headcounts in defence service on community line,'' he said.

There would be big instability at the Centre after the coming assembly polls as all coalition partners in the UPA Government would be on their way out making it more vulnerable, Mr Naidu added.

The Congress did not know how to run a coalition Government as they consider it a compulsion and not a conviction, he added.

Regarding its alliance with JD (S) in the state, he said a coordination committiee would soon be set up.

He said that such a coordination committee at the party level with the people in the Government would also be formed.

The new state party president would be announced before March 17 as the present Chief Jagdish Shettar has been inducted in the ministry.

He also advised the ministers on how to run the coalition Government with better coordination between the coalition partners and besides a maximum contact with the people to respond to their problems positively.

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