Sunday, 28 August 2011
BJP’S SIGNATURE CAMPAIGN DEMANDING RESIGNATION OF CHIEF MINISTER CONTINUES ON THE 6TH DAY BJP WORKERS VISIT HOUSES OF THE PEOPLE AT 100 PLACES OF DELHI AND GET THEIR SIGNATURE
New Delhi 28th August. The signature campaign of Delhi BJP demanding end of corruption by Delhi and Central Govt., resignation of Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit and filing CBI case against her, continued with great zeal on the 6th day also. The BJP workers visited houses of the people at more than 100 places and got the signature of family members. The people signed on the forms and expressed their acrimony that even after proof of corruption the Prime Minister has failed to remove the Chief Minister of Delhi, which is resulted in encouraging corruption.
Participating in the signature campaign Pradesh President Sh. Vijender Gupta told that on the one hand the Prime Minister is talking about appointing a strong Lokpal for ending corruption, the Govt. is initiating debate in Parliament and on the other hand the Prime Minister is not removing Chief Minister who has been found corrupt by the Shunglu Committee and CAG of India. This contradiction shows that the Congress is not interested in ending corruption. The statements for ending corruption are only on the paper. BJP has initiated 21 days signature campaign and it will submit signatures of more than 1 crore people to the President of India so that she may take appropriate action and help the people of Delhi to get rid of the corrupt administration of Sheila Dikshit.
Today campaign was started at Saket, Kapashera, Bhajan Pura Market, Kuncha Pandit Sita Ram Bazar, Ranjeet Nagar, West Patel Nagar, Jahangir Puri, Sultan Puri, Peeragarhi, Mangol Puri, Kirari, Nilothi, Sarojani Nagar Market, Hauz Khas, Green Park Market, Dwarka Mod etc places. S/Sh. Smt. Smriti Irani, Vijender Gupta, Rameshwar Chaurasia, Arti Mehra, Radhey Shyam Sharma, Satish Upadhyay, Karan Singh Tanwar, Praduman Rajput, Dharm Dev Solanki, Anil Sharma, Sunil Yadav, Pankaj Jain, Rajesh Gehlot, Anil Kumar Mittal and Kishan Gehlot participated in this campaign today.