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Congress to stage block-level stir

CPCC President Nand Kumar Patel holding discussion with senior party leaders during the Meeting

To Raise the voice against the ruling Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) Government misdeeds, the main Opposition party is once again set-up with another series of agitation at the block levels from October 31. The congress will stage this levels and is likely to end in the last week of December. Addressing at the party meeting here on Monday, Chhattisgarh Pradesh Congress Committee President Nand Kumar Patel called on the party workers to show spirited efforts during the agitation and make the masses aware about the corruptions and irregularities of the ruling State Government.

Ready to take any responsibility given by party, Shukla

Former Union Minister Vidyacharan Shukla

Former Union Minister and senior Congress Leader Vidya Charan Shukla on Monday said that he is ready to take any responsibility given to him by the party. While interacting with the Media persons at a press meet held here on Monday, Shukla asserted that BJP-ruled government has failed in every field and have shattered the dreams of people in Chhattisgarh. "The people will overthrow the BJP-led government and its party leaders from power during the forthcoming Assembly election," he added.

Congress to press another agitation in 199 blocks

Nand Kumar Patel, president Chhattisgarh Pradesh Congress Committee

Congress after there successful 'Gherao of Collectorate' campaign in 27 districts will press another agitation in 199 blocks of the state soon. This exercise by the main Opposition party is bring awareness among the masses about the misdeeds of the ruling Bhartiya Janata party (BJP). The agitation will be done phase wise and will be on the same pattern of gherao of collectorate. To give final touches to the agitation, Chhattisgarh Pradesh Congress Committee President Nand Kumar Patel has conveyed two meetings of the post holders on Monday.

Ajit Jogi lashes out at CM

Former Chief Minister and MLA Ajit Jogi

Former Chief Minister Ajit Jogi has lashed out at the Dr. Raman Singh led State Government for being utterly indifferent to the alarm and distress of the people residing in Naxal infested areas including Bastar.

'NCP will play decisive role in forthcoming Assembly polls'

National Congress Party President Sharad Pawar

Nationalist Congress Party will play a decisive role in forthcoming Assembly elections 2013, with party contesting on more than 20 seats with no alliance with any party this time. Meanwhile, NCP is holding talks to form third front in State, but its' at preliminary stage. These views were expressed by Union Agriculture Minister and Nationalist Congress Party President Sharad Pawar while talking to media persons here on Sunday.

Global Investor Meet is a gimmick of Government, Patel

Nand Kumar Patel, president Chhattisgarh Pradesh Congress Committee

The main Opposition Congress has come down heavily on ruling Bhartiya Janata Party Government for organizing the Global Investor Meet to beat around hollow claim of development and to woo the investors into the State, which is marred by corruption and irregularities. Chhattisgarh Pradesh Congress Committee President Nand Kumar Patel said that Global Investor Meet is noting but a gimmick and burden on State exchequer. The ruling State Government is spending Rs 50 crore on the event but there is nothing assured in return.

Paikra condemns Hariprassad's statement

Asserting that the language being used by Congress State In-charge B K Hariprassad, CPCC President Nandkumar Patel and other Congress leaders is not only un-parliamentary but also unwarranted, Ramsewak Paikra, Bhartiya Janata Party State President said that they have crossed all limits of dignity in order to get cheap publicity. Commenting on Bk Hariprassad's statement during a recent press conference that he had not made any comment or demand regarding presentation of Chief Minister Dr.

Training camp for Congress workers held at Silyari

Dharsiwa Vidhansabha Karyakarta Prashikshan Shivir

The main Opposition party Congress organised a training camp for the party workers in Silyari of Dharsiwan constituency on Friday. General Secretary of All India Congress Committee (AICC) B K Hariprassad, Chhattisgarh Pradesh Congress Committee (CPCC) President Nand Kumar Patel and Leader of Opposition Ravindra Choubey inaugurated the camp by garlanding the oil painting of Mahatma Gandhi and lighting the traditional lamp.

CM selling out State for foreign investors, Jogi

Former Chief Minister and MLA Ajit Jogi

Taking a jibe of the Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh's meeting with foreign investors during World Investor Meet in New Delhi, Former Chief Minister Ajit Jogi said that it is an open invitation to the foreign companies for plunder the precious natural resources of Chhattisgarh. Once again, the lands and water of farmers will be doled out to the foreign enterprises. Jogi said that Chief Minister is selling out the Chhattisgarh to the foreign investors.

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