Friday, 9 September 2011
BJP Pradesh President writes letter to Shri Tejender Khanna
Lt. Governor should take over the responsibility of Delhi's security
In a letter written to the Lt. Governor of Delhi Shri Tajinder Khanna, BJP Delhi Pradesh President Shri Vijender Gupta has demanded that being the Lt. Governor of the State he should himself take over the responsibility of Delhi's security because the people of Delhi have lost their trust in the Central Government and Delhi Government. After every big terrorist incident in Delhi responsible persons of the Central Government and Delhi Government issue hollow statement only. Hence the time has now come that the Lt. Governor of Delhi should take initiative and form strategy to make Delhi such a strong fort in which no terrorist may enter and commit terrorist act.
In his letter Pradesh President had said that it is well known that Delhi is at the target of terrorist. They consider Delhi as soft target. Its reason is that the Central and Delhi Governments are negligent & indifferent towards these incidents. Although high profile persons of Central Government, Delhi Government, Intelligence Agencies, Investigating Agencies live in Delhi, yet some incident, accident or terrorist incidents continue to happen. After every big terrorist incident is the Central Home Minister and Prime Minister issue repeated statement and always assured the country like that we will sternly deal with the terrorists repeatedly in these incidents innocent people lose their life and many are injured. After that the Government give some compensation and considers that its duty has been completed. The attitude of Congress Government of Delhi towards terrorist incidents is more shameful. Chief Minister of Delhi keeps herself aloof from these incidents. Her offen repeated her statements that she can not do any thing because do she has no control of the police department. She holds the Central Government responsible for it and tries to save herself after every incident.
So far 13 people have died and more than 90 people have been injured in the bomb blast at Gate No. 5 of Delhi High Court on 7th September, 2011. This time also audio type statements of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Home Minister P. Chidambaram, Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit was issued that we will strongly fight against terrorism. Congress Governments have been promising to fight terrorism for the last 30 years. But it is regrettable that terrorism is not on decline rather on increase. We are losing the battle with terrorists in place of winning it. The Government which will provide good food and spend crores on security of the terrorists sentenced to death for political gains, that Government can not fight terrorism and the terrorists.
Shri Gupta has written that you are holding a sensitive and very important post of Lt. Governor of Delhi. You are aware that the people of Delhi are terrified and feeling insecure. If any member of a family goes out then the other members of the family are not confident that he will come back safely. Delhi is fighting against crime, terrorism, kidnapping, rape etc. every day. This is the strong will power of the people of Delhi that they are living in such dangerous and adverse conditions. You yourself know that at present about 460 sensitive places in Delhi. Will you please make arrangements for making them fully secured. You are aware that at present about three lakhs illegal Bangladeshis are living in Delhi. More than three thousand Pakistanis are living in Delhi illegally. Some times ago those Pakistani citizens who were given visa for watching cricket match in Chandigarh by the Government of India, many Pakistanis remained here and did not return to their country. Is it not possible that they may be terrorists? There is always heavy rush at ISBT, Railway Stations, Metro stations, Malls, Markets in Delhi every day. Security arrangements are not fool proof any where. In the mean time the terrorists have also threatened that they shall explode bomb in the Malls of Delhi. Due to this the people of Delhi are terrified.