UPA sans leaders wooing an Independent to lead them, Munda
Ranchi, Sep 14 (UNI) Outgoing Jharkhand Chief Minister Arjun Munda, who resigned today without facing a trial of strength in the state Assembly, lashed out at the UPA for projecting an Independent as the Chief Ministerial candidate.
Addressing a press conference here, Mr Munda said it was a ''desperate attempt'' by the UPA rallying behind an Independent candidate for the post of the Chief Minister.
Mr Munda averred that his party would apprise the people of the conspiracy, hatched by the Congress to unseat him.
He alleged that the UPA, which just wanted to remain in the saddle, was bereft of any agenda, manifesto and vision.
He, however, hoped the new government would carry forward his developmental projects.
Mr Munda charged the Congress with conspiring to topple the BJP-led NDA government.
He said people approached him to save his government but he could not oblige them for he wanted the people of the state to see the design of his detractors.
Outlining the achievements of BJP-led NDA government, Mr Munda said his initiatives in education and health sector would yield positive results to the state.
Particularly speaking about the MOUs, he said the government made a rehabilitation policy for the people.
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