Tuesday, 5 November 2013
CONGRESS HAS ADMITTED DEFEAT EVEN BEFORE THE BATTLE – DR. HARSH VARDHAN
Dr. Harsh Vardhan has said that panicked by the forecast of BJP leading in all the pre-poll surveys and by demanding to ban all such surveys, Congress has admitted its defeat even before the battle starts. Congress party has given walk over to the BJP. He has demanded the President of India that he should completely dismiss the demand for ban on surveys by the Election Commission and protect freedom of expression.
He told that in all the democratic countries of the world pre-poll surveys are allowed. Various organizations and media get surveys done and broadcast to the people. When the survey was in favor of the Congress, the Ministers and Congress leaders were claiming of big victories. After the declaration of Narendra Modi as the Prime Ministerial candidate of the BJP atmosphere has changed of the country. There is Modi wave in the country and abroad. Rahul Gandhi looks like a pigmy before him. Congress is afraid that Rahul Gandhi may not complete his campaign. Hence all the Congress leaders besides Mrs. Sonia Gandhi are restless.
Dr. Harsh Vardhan told that after his declaration as the BJP’s Chief Ministerial candidate there is wave of elation, hope and confidence in entire Delhi. The mob of admirers assembling at his residence early in the morning indicates this. Such assembly of admirers continues till late hours. All the media surveys indicate that the Congress Party lags behind the BJP in the Assembly Elections. Here the main contest is between BJP and Congress.
The people of Delhi could not get any relief from price rise even on the occasion of the Deepawali. The reason is that Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit and all the Congress Ministers and Legislators know that they are going to lose. Hence the Congressmen are indulging in corrupt activities. They believe in earning as much as they can before their are good bye. This Government is not concerned about the people. There is nothing like Government in Delhi at present.