Congress-led UPA’s gross injustice to Gujarat!

Published By : Admin | December 5, 2012 | 16:54 IST
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The Congress party wants to win in Gujarat but they remain least bothered about the interests of the people of Gujarat!

 

 

Be it enforcing cotton export bans that cause the farmer a loss of Rs. 7000 crore, giving more expensive gas to the people of Gujarat or injustice in accepting BPL cards from Gujarat, time and again the Centre has showcased its anti-Gujarat mindset.

The people of Gujarat stand united against this anti-Gujarat Congress and will hand the Congress a historic defeat in the 2012 Vidhan Sabha elections!

These ads by the Gujarat BJP showcase the several acts of injustice by the Centre towards Gujarat.

 

 

Centre's injustice to Gujarat in "Fertilizer"
 
 
 
Centre's injustice to Gujarat in "Employment"
 
 
 
Centre's injustice to Gujarat in "Electricity"
 
 
 
Centre's injustice to Gujarat in "BPL Card"
 
 
 
Centre's injustice to Gujarat in "Gas"
 
 
 
Centre's injustice to Gujarat in "Kerosene"
 
 
 
Centre's injustice to Gujarat in "Cotton Export"
 
 
 
Centre's injustice to Gujarat in "Investment"

 

 

Also Read - Restrictions on Cotton, subsidy for Mutton: UPA’s gross injustice to Gujarat!

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