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रविवार, 16 जून 2013

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Photo: Cong keeps options open:  Party spokesman SAYS THE JD-U is a like-minded secular party :  On the eve of an expected split between the BJP and its 17-year-old major ally, the JD-U, on the question of the Gujarat chief minister Mr Narendra Modi's "elevation”, the All India Congress Committee (AICC) today called the JD-U a “like-minded, secular party”, although it refrained from spelling out just yet its preference between the Lalu Prasad-led RJD and Nitish Kumar's JD-U as its potential ally for the coming general elections. In the face of Mr Modi's emergence as the BJP's rising star at the national level as its campaign committee chief for the approaching Lok Sabha elections, the AICC also made a pitch for the unity of secular forces in the country. When asked to comment on the AICC vice-president, Mr Rahul Gandhi's statement in Jammu & Kashmir earlier in the day that it is for the senior leaders of his party to decide about any possible alliance with the JD-U following its exit from the BJP-led NDA, the Congress national spokesman Mr Bhakta Charan Das endorsed Mr Gandhi's remark.  “The JD-U is a like-minded party which believes in secularism. It has had an alliance with a party (BJP) with which its ideology does not match. So, when the situation comes for taking a call on the alliance with the JD-U our senior leaders will decide,” Mr Das told reporters. “Secular parties had come together in the past. And, in future too, they could join hands. But unless the situation develops in this matter, we cannot say much,” the AICC spokesman said. Asked about the Congress's preference between the RJD and the JD-U as its ally, Mr Das said, “Both these parties follow secular principles. Today, we are with the RJD (the Congress-led UPA's outside ally). In future, depending on the situation, our senior party leaders will decide on this matter.”   While holding that the Congress was not making an appeal, at least not yet, to secular parties to join hands to form a united secular front, Mr Das maintained: “The coming together of secular parties to face the challenges facing the country is a continuous process. It has happened in the past, and it may happen in future too.” In this connection, significantly, he also said the Trinamul chairperson and West Bengal chief minister Miss Mamata Banerjee, the BJD president and Odisha chief minister Mr Naveen Patnaik, and the CPI(M)-led Left parties are also “not ideologically isolated” from the Congress. The AICC spokesman made it clear that a credible national alliance against the BJP would not be possible without the Congress's involvement in it. When asked whether the Congress will extend the support of its four MLAs in Bihar to the Nitish Kumar government to help it reach the majority mark there following the JD-U's exit from the NDA ~ as purportedly advocated by a Congress MLA there ~ Mr Das remained non-committal, saying “This could be that MLA's view.” He indicated that the AICC leadership will take an appropriate decision in this regard when the Congress's support is sought by Mr Kumar. Taking a swipe at the Narendra Modi government and the BJP on the corruption issue, Mr Das referred to a Gujarat court's decision today to sentence a senior Gujarat minister, Babu Bokhiria, to 3 years imprisonment in a Rs 54-crore illegal limestone mining scandal. “This development once again exposes the BJP's hollow claims against corruption,” he charged.

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Shalini Kaushik ने कहा…

damdar nara .ab yahi hai hamara .nice .