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Friday, November 21, 2008

Cong playing with fire: Rajnath

Chronicle News Service

Indore, Nov 20: The Bharatiya Janata Party national president, Rajnath Singh, who is on a whirl-wind tour of Indore division to convass in favour of the BJP candidates, here on Thursday exuded confidence that his party will return to power in Madhya Pradesh with absolute majority and Shivraj Singh Chouhan will head the government for complete five years.

Talking to media persons at Indore airport, Rajnath asserted that nobody could do the works what Shivraj Singh Chouhan has done for the state during his brief tenure. Had he be given complete five years, he could have done even better, the BJP leader said adding that it was on the basis of works done by him that he was fully assured of the BJP returning to power in Madhya Pradesh with absolute majority.

Talking about the ATS probe into the Malegaon blasts, he said it was wrong to level charges against anyone without circumstantial evidence. Replying to a question, he said it was the BJP which had first come in support of Sadhvi Pragya, while Uma Bharti extended her support to the Sadhvi only after the BJP.

Taking a dig at the Congress for its role in connection with the Malegaon blasts, the BJP president said the Congress is playing with fire by dubbing saints and the Army persons as Hindu terrorists and it will have to pay a heavy price for the same. Smelling rat in the whole issue, he said it was totally wrong and unjustified to showcase anyone as terrorist without any circumstantial evidence.

Talking about Chhatisgarh elections, the BJP president said that his party will get clear majority there and form government. Replying to a question about the BSP emerging as a third force in the state, Rajnath denied that Madhya Pradesh had any scope for the third force.

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