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Uddhav assures to waive off agriculture loan, electricity bills if come to power
Mahesh Joshi | 17 Apr 2014

Aurangabad, Maharashtra, April 16- Shiv Sena President Uddhav Thackeray today came heavily on Congress-NCP government in state and Center and said that UPA’s time is over and the saffron alliance is all set to take power in center. He alleged that despite being in opposition, only his party raised helping hands to the farmers affected due to hailstorms and heavy rains in state. He assured farmers to waive off agriculture loans and electricity bills, if come to power.

Aurangabad, Maharashtra, April 16- Shiv Sena President Uddhav Thackeray today came heavily on Congress-NCP government in state and Center and said that UPA’s time is over and the saffron alliance is all set to take power in center. He alleged that despite being in opposition, only his party raised helping hands to the farmers affected due to hailstorms and heavy rains in state. He assured farmers to waive off agriculture loans and electricity bills, if come to power.

 Addressing a huge election rally for canvassing of Shiv Sena candidate from Aurangabad and three times MP Chandrakant Khaire, Uddhav attacked Congress-NCP government. He said that the Aurangabad candidate does not required campaigning as the candidate fielded by the Congress Nitin Patil is weak and involved in corruption. He dared Congress-NCP to come on a dais and to discuss cases registered against their candidates in Maharashtra. Uddhav said that there is huge differences between cases filed against the saffron grand alliance and Congress-NCP candidates. “Cases against saffron alliance candidates are related to public agitations. However, Maharashtra deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar, state ministers Chagan Bhujbal, Sunil Tatkare, Padmasinh Patil, former chief minister Ashok Chavan and Darda brothers are engaged in serious criminal cases”. He said that this is shameful that despite heading serious cases, these candidates are openly roaming in public and UPA president Sonia Gandhi, Congress deputy chief Rahul Gandhi and NCP supremo Sharad Pawar are canvassing for them. He promised that he will ask his candidates to quit if found involved in such cases even after their victory in polls.

The Sena chief further said that his party candidate have always tried to fulfill promises given to the peoples in there manifesto. But he alleged that the Congress-NCP government in state and center made obstacles in completing it. Criticizing UPA government, Uddhav said that government is failed on every front’s. He said that he was surprised why Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh has not participated any election rally. ‘But later I discovered that Manmohan has done nothing in his two terms. Hence, have nothing to tell peoples. That’s why he is absent from election campaigns’, he added.

Uddhav also said that his party does not begged for votes to any religious saints like Sonia who asked support from Imam. He questioned peoples that who will decide next PM ? Sonia, Imam or you ? He said that this is correct time to take decision to form people’s government. He asked peoples to vote for victory of all 8 candidates from Marathwada region and all 48 from Maharashtra.

Prior to him Shiv Sena contestant Chandrakant Khaire assured people for safety, security and progress of Aurangabad. He alleged that his contender Congress candidate Nitin Patil is involved in serious crimes related to District Bank. He produced various news cuttings that showed Nitin Patil’s involvement in bank corruption. He asked peoples to vote for his fourth time victory. He said that he is not worried about victory, but is trying to get more and more margin. Sena MP and industrialist Rajkumar Dhoot, Jalna MP Raosaheb Danve, district chief Ambadas Danve, MLA Sanjay Shirsath, Pradeep Jaiswal were amongst the dignitaries present on dais.