AAP to expos
e the Cong/BJP joint consp iracy of silen ce
From: AAPMaharashtra News <News@AAPMaharashtra.org> Sun, 30 Mar '14 7:16p
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Date: March 30, 2014
The Aam Aadmi Party will expose the alliance forged by the Congress and BJP for the conspiracy of silence on important issues concerning the people of the country. These so-called two main parties appear united in diverting attention from the real concerns to frivolous issues.
Both the Congress and the BJP are running away from answers on the following key issues :
1. What should be the price of natural gas in the country and does the Congress want it doubled and the BJP wants it to be raised four times ?
2. Will the Congress and BJP return crores of rupees of foreign funds they have received from unknown sources and which have been declared illegal by the Delhi High Court ?
3. Do both these parties want the people of Delhi to be denied the right of having a democratically elected state government ? Do they want fresh assembly elections in Delhi or not ?
It is shocking that these two main parties, both of whom are claiming to form the next central government are not willing to tell the people of the country whether their priority is to help a corporate house to earn huge profits by accepting its demand of fixing the price of natural gas at the rate wanted by it or do they want to spare the people from the burden of unprecedented price rise.
The relief provided by the Election Commission to the people will not last beyond next two months and the Congress and BJP are deceiving the people by not revealing whether they want the prices of transportation, fertilisers and essential commodities to be steeply hiked.
On the issue of foreign funds, the mysterious silence of the Congress and BJP folllwing the Friday’s judgment of the Delhi High Court, shows that both the parties are taking pride in having broken the law and they have no hesitation in accepting foreign funds from unknown sources.
On one hand, the BJP stands exposed for having accepted funds from even the Dow Chemicals, the company which acquired the Union Carbide Corporation, which was responsible for the 1984 Bhopal Gas Tragedy, India’s worst industrial disaster.
On the other hand, the Congress not to be left behind, has taken funds from the Indian subsidiaries of Vedanta Resources, to whom the UPA government has provided huge favours in mining and other sectors.
Serial bloggers in these parties and their leaders who are normally very active on social media seem to be scared to tell the country about who funds the Congress and the BJP and how it is spent.
Both the Congress and the BJP have been misleading the people of Delhi on the issue of imposition of President’s rule in the capital. They, however, appear to have developed selective amnesia on the issue and have forgotten that no less than the Supreme Court has asked both these parties about their stand on holding fresh assembly elections.
The BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Mr Narendra Modi and senior Congress leaders have been levelling wild allegations against the AAP and Arvind Kejriwal, but are running scared of facing assembly elections in Delhi.
In case, both the Congress and the BJP are confident about the public support why are they afraid to even spell out their stand on the timing of fresh assembly elections in Delhi ?