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Prof. Virender Gupta accused Azad for divisive, communal mindset

BJP State Spokesperson Prof. Virender Gupta while reacting to the statement of Congress National General Secretary, Ghulam Nabi Azad issued in Lucknow that war like situation on ideology has emerged in the country, blamed the Congress party for following divisive politics and for supporting the anti-national forces and activities under the pretext of secularism and tolerance. He said that Azad is indulging in a futile exercise to revive the Congress party which has been rejected by the masses because of its nepotism, corruption, anti-people policies, slow pace of development activities and unemployment, by raising the bogy of ideology war with BJP. “The fact of the matter is Congress party has no ideology, it has always followed the policy of convenience, supporting divisive forces and anti-national activities, even if it has to sacrifice the national interests, for the sake of vote bank politics,” the spokesperson stated.
Prof. Virender said that it is not ideology fight with BJP, but it is a match between “Sab Ka Saath Sab Ka Vikaas” versus discriminatory and appeasement policy; between dynamism and sluggishness or status co; between dedication and opportunism, between honesty and scams (corruption), between bright future vision for country and aimless or hapless future and between forward looking and backward looking. He further added that the present government policies are people oriented and for the benefit of poor, backward and down trodden classes of societies, the policies are also youth oriented with a purpose to provide facilities taking initiatives to become self dependent, create job opportunities. He pointed that efforts of Modi are to bring the country at par with other developed and progressive nations.
The Spokesperson said that attempt of the education policy of the present government is to remove distortions in the history of the country which has been brought into by the historian who were either influenced by Marxism or by the Western writers, the attempt of these historians was to ridicule the Indian culture, put the actual Indian heroes in bad shape and tarnish their sacrifices. He added that history of National heroes does not stop at Moti Lal Nehru or Jawahar Lal Nehru. There were plenty of others who sacrificed their lives in the freedom struggle and worked throughout their lives to protect and contribute towards the national culture and its rich heritage.