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National sovereignity in danger: Rajnath

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Aurangabad, Apr 14 (UNI) BJP president Rajnath Singh today claimed that the national sovereignty and the identity of the country were in danger due to 'appeasement and other wrong policies' of the UPA government.

Addressing a rally during his ''Bharat Suraksha Yatra'' here, Mr.

Singh said the countrys 200 districts were in the grip of terrorism due to wrong decisions of the Centre. He said people were living under constant fear due to extremism and terrorism.

He claimed the Hindus would become minority community by 2050 if steps were not taken to prevent growing incidents of convernsion and influx of Bangladehsi insurgents.

The BJP president alleged that the Centre lacked will to fight terrorism and hence the recent growth in the said menace was being witnessed. He said the UPA government had not only knuckled down before Pakistan but also before terrorism. He said the POTA was scrapped by the Centre without making any effort for an alternative to it.

Mr Singh empahsised on the need for chalking out a coordinated working plan by accomodating views of all states to eliminate terrorism and extremism from their roots. He alleged the Congress gave birth to terrorism and now it was patronising it. He said that prices of essentials had registered an alarming high.

Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi, some of his cabinet colleages and many former chief ministers of other states also spoke at the rally.

UNI XC/DH PC AB 1701

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