Continuing its attack on the UPA government against corruption, price rise, black money and the ongoing scams, the main Opposition BJP is all set to launch a nation-wide “Jansangarsh” campaign against the Central government from April 6.
The party claimed all its leaders — from Central level to district levels — and cadre will participate in this door-to-door campaign in all districts of the country. This campaign will also include street plays, posters highlighting UPA’s “misrule”, rallies, marathons and a series of audio CDs and cassettes titled Bhrastachar Geet Mala. Speaking on the issue, BJP national vice-president Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said it would be an aggressive and effective programme against the Congress-led government.
“The whole country is seething with anger at the growing corruption levels under UPA. BJP will hold rallies in rural areas across the country to increase awareness among people about the various scams. In urban areas, at the district level marathons and street plays would be organised to expose the corruption-friendly attitude of the Congress,” said the senior BJP leaders who is also Rs. MP.
“We will highlight the corruption-friendly policies of the government. We will try to include atleast one person from every house to participate in our rallies and marathons against this issue,” said Mr Naqvi.
BJP chief Nitin Gadkari will launch the campaign tomorrow in New Delhi. April 6 is also the foundation day of party as well as the day on which Jai Prakash Narayan began his famous agitation against corruption. The party will be roping in all its senior leaders for this 70 day campaign. However, the five poll-bound states of West Bengal, Assam, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Pudducherry will not be included in the first phase of the campaign. Asian Age