Cong playing 'old game' of destabilising non-Cong regimes: Rajnath
New Delhi, Sep 14 (UNI) BJP President Rajnath Singh today accused the Congress of indulging in its 'old game' of destabilising the non-Congress regimes as in Jharkhand and said the BJP-led coalition, however, did not resort to any undemocratic, unconstitutional and unethical means to save the government.
Reacting to the developments resulting in the resignation of Chief Minister Arjun Munda, Mr Singh said the UPA was guilty of destabilising an administration of the resource state bypassing the people's mandate.
Alleging that the UPA was guilty of destabilising the state which was on the path of economic growth and prosperity, he said the anti-people and anti-welfare act of Congress will be challenged by people of Jharkhand in times to come.
He said it was evident that the UPA was not serious about running the new Jharkhand government as none of the UPA political parties had come forward to lead the government.
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