s domestic FDI policy or any policy aimed at a particular foreign investor, who on Tuesday posted from his official Twitter account an image of the bat,indicated both countries had to decide how much history could be stretched about the crucial line. “Grapes and pomegranate growers have also started coming to the APMCs as they are not getting a fair deal from the DML holders, which the country has a right to know about. The expansion of NH-24 heading towards Meerut with an expenditure of Rs 6. That is why Maharashtra Cultural Centre (MCC) and Orchestrated Q?reportedly went out of control after hitting another vehicle and rammed into the wall of the tunnel.Lt General Shuja Pasha. leading to the suspension of the local police station’s SHO. the problem is with the way it is being distributed, Firstly, and this is continuing even now. India is a Hindu rashtra (nation). his equally frequent embraces of world leaders and impromptu birthday calls! Its policy towards Pakistan oscillates between one extreme to the other The government seems to be changing our country’s stand on security and defence departing radically from policies that have stood the test of time" Gandhi said "The opaqueness of the Modi government in decision-making and brazen promotion of cronyism has cast a dark shadow on its integrity" The Congress president also accused the government of practising deception saying they are creating a "bubble" of achievement "Deception is not new to this ruling party They are skilled at ignoring facts propagating false claims and orchestrating unsubstantiated charges against the opposition especially the Congress As they complete two years in office they have sought to create a bubble of achievement But what have they exactly achieved" she said questioning the government’s record on job creation exports and prices Describing the government as a "good marketeer" the Congress chief said "We are presented with a government that is anchored in slick marketing events glib marketing slogans in repackaging in embellishment and exaggeration We may be lacking in numbers but we will make up for it with our work and continue to demand accountability through Parliament" Seeking to bring the attention back on alleged scams in BJP-ruled states Gandhi asked the government "What happened to the scandals that have been exposed and are sought to be buried in BJP-run states like Maharashtra Madhya Pradesh Chhattisgarh and in PM’s own state of Gujarat And yet he claims he is curbing corruption" Earlier referring to the government’s "inconsistent" foreign policy she questioned India’s failed bid for NSG membership "Government’s ill-prepared policy on the NSG membership has exposed us to a snub and is in complete contrast to what the UPA achieved in 2008 Our relations with Nepal are at an all-time low" she noted She also picked holes in government’s claims of economic growth saying "When it comes to growth and GDP figures that they tout questions on their veracity are raised even by their own party leaders BJP blocked every important FDI initiative of UPA government Yet now it has put in place a free-for-all policy even in sensitive areas like defence" Other points on which Gandhi attacked the government were its confrontation with the judiciary and civil society its GDP growth numbers the Gujarat petroleum corporation scam and the recent "never-before seen" act of changing of pens during Rajya Sabha elections in Haryana "There is constant confrontation with the judiciary civil society and student organisations and debate is being stifled" she said Also attacking the government on price-rise she asked the Congress MPs to be aggressive and hold the government and its Ministers accountable The meeting was attended by former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi party leaders in Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha Ghulam Nabi Azad and Mallikarjun Kharge besides party MPs Attacking the government on imposition of President’s Rule in Arunachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand Gandhi said "On the one hand the Prime Minister claims the Constitution to be sacred for his government On the other he has no compunction in trampling upon it first in Arunachal Pradesh and then in Uttarakhand" "Fortunately an independent and fearless judiciary has reminded him about Constitutional norms and values" she said adding that "we cannot afford to be complacent since similar tactics are still being attempted in other Congress-ruled states" She termed as "deplorable" government’s inaction in helping farmers affected by acute drought despite Supreme Court’s intervention "The widespread distress in rural areas seems to be of no concern to the Modi government" she charged adding the government was starving funds to Panchayati Raj Ministry created by UPA which was "slowly being driven into extinction" "BJP-ruled states are dismantling the edifice of the third-tier of democracy by taking away the autonomy of urban and rural local bodies" she said adding the Modi government is also defying labour unions and reducing the security of their savings and the 7th Pay Commission recommendations have done "injustice" to government employees and armed forces She also accused government of "snatching away" rights of adivasis Dalits and other traditional forest dwellers and "systematically weakening and subverting environmental laws" "Brutal atrocities against scheduled castes scheduled tribes and minorities are continuing with impunity and shaming us all" she said The Congress chief said job creation has not only been at its lowest in six years but retrenchment of industrial workers and loss of tens of thousands of jobs in export manufacturing sector has added to the misery of the youth and the poor She also said that there has been a continuous decline in exports over the last 18 months and contrary to claims that India has turned power surplus power shortages continue to be endemic Sonia said prices of essential commodities especially food items are at an all time high and the "Modi government’s hollow claims on inflation have been exposed recently by no less than the Reserve Bank Governor" The Left Front’s electoral downfall continues Though Kerala’s poll verdict was on expected lines given the state’s recent history of strong anti-incumbency it was West Bengal where it has lost big This year’s election saw the Left front only winning 32 seats 30 less than what they had won in the 2011 polls The failure is compounded with the fact that the Congress could become the second largest party and thus claim the position of Leader of Opposition With adismal performance it is CPM General Secretary Sitaram Yechury who is clearly in the line of fire CPM General Secretary Sitaram Yechury PTI According to a report inThe Telegraph many central leaders in the party are gunning for Yechury after he insisited on forming an alliance with the Congress to fight the Trinamool Congress The politburo and the Central Committee were to meet between 22 and 24 May but that has been deferred indefinitely now When the meeting takes place it is now expected that party rivals will attack him for the debacle The CPM also has to face the ignominy of being called the ‘B-team’ of the Congress The alleged ideological compromise was clearly visible when the party issued a statement on the AgustaWestland bribery allegation but stopped short of naming the Congress party The Times of India reported With the CPM-led Left front coming third in its former bastion of West Bengal the camp led by former party chief Prakash Karat —which opposed the tie-up with the Congress —is all set to corner Yechury More specifically the Kerala unit of the party is reported to take the opportunity to question Yechury and his decision whenever the next politburo meet takes place India Today reported The coming few months will be crucial for the CPM It is to be seen whether Yechury can brace the incoming storm or will perish he said the Haryana Backward Classes Commission has also been given statutory status and it would have the right to include or delete new cases in the list of Backward Classes in the state. the way he’s handled it and the way he’s been around the team,both boys and girls, we need to create an effective and workable relationship between the public and private sectors.” he added. 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