Thursday, 11 October 2012
BJP will provide free legal aid to persons facing cases against restoring power supply
40 DAYS PUBLIC MOVEMENT OF BJP IN ENTIRE DELHI FROM 14th OCTOBER – VIJENDER GUPTA
BJP Delhi Pradesh President Shri Vijender Gupta & Leader of Opposition in Delhi Legislative Assembly Prof. Vijay Kumar Malhotra have decided to start 40 days public movement in entire Delhi from 14th October to protest against back breaking hike in power tariff, welcome to FDI in retail by the Government, hike in the price of cooking gas and oil, loot of the public money etc.
Giving this information Shri Gupta told that Delhi Government is working against democratic norms and the constitution. It has nothing to do with the common man. Sheila Government is working in the interest of few people. The public has been subjected to various taxes. Old taxes have also been increased. This way the anti people Government is trying to loot the common man. 2 crore people of the capital want to get rid of the Congress Government.
BJP will provide free legal aid to those poor people who are facing cases on reconnection of power by the workers of IAC. These poor people have been left in the lurch. Their supply had again been disconnected and criminal cases filed. These people are facing problems from both sides. There is darkness in their houses and no money to fight the case. Hence BJP will help them in litigation.
In the 40 days programme of public movement, the BJP workers shall visit every lane, mohalla, village and intersections and shall apprise them about the loot, false promises of the Congress Government through pamphlets, speeches, corner plays, meetings, puppet shows, songs, slogans and other means of publicity. National and Pradesh leaders shall participate in this programme. The party workers shall apprise the people how the Congress Government has looted national and public property of the country. Power tariff should have been decreased by 23 percent but the Chief Minister increased the power-water tariff two times higher. Now the common man who earns about 5 to 8 thousand rupees per month is being served power-water bills of 6 to 7 thousand rupees. The people cannot decide how to maintain the family and pay the bill.