Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh Saturday stated Congress is a “sinking ship”. He was addressing a Vikas Parv rally to commemorate two years of the Raman Singh authorities in Chhattisgarh’s Bilaspur.
Singh stated the opposition celebration was a “sinking ship” and “nobody can tell how many will desert the party in the future.”
The assertion comes within the wake of the state first CM Ajit Jogi quitting Congress.
Rajnath additionally made an attraction to Maoists to shun violence. Singh stated India may “tolerate anything, but not the use of violence.”
“We want to bring development, but innocent people are being killed. Whatever ideology you want to follow, please do, but let go of violence. Let us discuss the problems that exist, this is a democracy, put your point forth. Our government will listen, everyone will listen, but this has to stop.”
Singh praised Chief Minister Raman Singh extensively and stated that everybody was witness to the strides which have been made by the BJP within the state ever since they have been elected to energy in 2003. In his speech, Singh spoke of a number of schemes launched by the Modi authorities and added that the Centre was adept at “manning our borders”. “I want to tell you that there has been a fifty percent reduction in successful cross border infiltrations,” he stated.