Rajnath woos Jalgaon voters, promises to wallop terrorism

Rajnath woos Jalgaon voters, promises to wallop terrorism
PTI
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First Published: Mon, Apr 20 2009. 05 31 PM IST
Updated: Mon, Apr 20 2009. 05 31 PM IST
Jalgaon: Claiming that he and his party wanted to save people from clutches of terrorism, Bharatiya Janata Party president Rajnath Singh said National Democratic Alliance should be voted to power ‘for security of the country from terrorists’.
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Addressing an election meeting for BJP candidate from Jalgaon A T Patil on Sunday, Singh said, “I have come here for your votes to save our country from the hands of terrorists.”
Singh attacked the Congress party for failing to keep a check on various issues like corruption, price rise of essential commodities and the black money stashed away in tax havens.
“The economic system of the country has collapsed, corruption is on the rise and prices of essential commodities have been hiked, which was not the case when Atal Behari Vajpayee was the prime minister”, Rajnath, contesting from Ghaziabad parliamentary seat told the gathering.
He accused the United Progressive Alliance of appeasing Muslims and claimed that the coalition government had not carried out the execution of Parliament attack case Afzal Guru so that it could maintain its Muslim vote bank.
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First Published: Mon, Apr 20 2009. 05 31 PM IST