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VEDANTA MASS MEDIAPM more interested in corporates than national affairs: BJP
 


            

 

  
               PM more interested in corporates than national affairs: BJP

 

 

      New Delhi, July 15: Former Union Minister and senior BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad on Tuesday accused Prime Minister Manmohan Singh of being more interested in corporate affairs than national affairs.

 

      Speaking at a press conference here, Prasad said, At a time when prices of essential commodities are on the rise and farmers are facing a deep crisis due to the unavailability of fertilizers, the PM is busy with corporate affairs, making an obvious reference to the Ambani-PM meet.

 

      Ravi Shankar Prasad also hit back at Samajwadi Party saying, When US President George Bush came to India two years ago, the Samajwadi party protested against his visit then why the change in stance now.

 

      Reacting to the PMO officials comment that Advani changed his stance on the deal, a visibly upset Prasad said, If PM wants an answer, he should directly accuse rather than resorting to veiled attacks.

 

      Another senior party leader Vijay Kumar Malhotra who was also present at the press conference informed that, All NDA Chief Ministers have been called to Delhi on July 17 to discuss the present political scenario.

 

      He added that, BJP is confident that the current UPA government will fall on July 22 show of strength.

 

 

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