Uma complains about bad ways of BJP men in Madhya Pradesh
New Delhi, Oct 26 (UNI) Bharatiya Janashakti Party leader and former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Uma Bharti today complained to former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee about the ''low-level'' tactics adopted by the BJP leaders in Madhya Pradesh, crossing all democratic norms.
In a letter to Mr Vajpayee, Mrs Bharti, who was removed from the BJP as General Secretary, in alleged but without taking any names that the BJP men were using ''indecent and uncivilised language'' in the campaign against her during the campaign in Vidisha Lok Sabha and Bada Malhera Assembly byelections. ''Such kind of behaviour to finish off her politically'' against a woman working with dedicaion for the poor sections of society was unbecoming of politics of the country,'' she said.
Accusing the BJP of using money and musle power to win the byelection, ''throwing the morals to the wind,'' Ms Bharti said that she although was bereft of all any of these resources but stood firm on moral footing.
''I am campaigning single handedly in these two byelections and if the people's mandate has to be ascertained objectively, than the BJP should shun all these bad methods adopted by the partymen in Madhya Pradesh, she said. "I request you to kindly advise these people in MP, the way to behave in a civilised manner", she implored the former Prime Minister.
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