Gujarat BJP ads comprehensively shatter Congress lies!

Published By : Admin | December 5, 2012 | 17:31 IST
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Shallow methods of a party devoid of Neta, Niti or Niyat fall flat in the eyes of the people of Gujarat

 

What does a party that lacks a Neta, Niti or Niyat to Govern do? It indulges in lies.

For the past many months the Congress party has subjected the people of Gujarat to a series of lies. Unable to say what they will do for the state and the people, the Congress has taken the shorter way out and has spread bizarre lies just to hide their own follies while they were in power.

For instance, between 1985-1990 when the Congress was in power, 93% of the land given to industry was prized Gauchar land. The figure stood at 32% between 1990 to 1995 and today it was come down to a mere 4%. Still, the Congress ‘accuses’ the Gujarat Government of doling out Gauchar land.

These Gujarat BJP ads shatter such lies spread by the Congress!

 
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