Badal Lashes out at UPA's Move to Ban Election Surveys
Ludhiana, Nov. 4 -- Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal lashed out at the Congress-led UPA's move to ban the election surveys. Badal said, earlier the Congress and ally parties were in favor of opinion polls and surveys when the surveys have been showing congress a foot ahead, but when the surveys went adverse, the congress leadership has been cursing it.
Badal said that at this juncture the Congress was completely desperate and reading it clearly that their days at the Centre were numbered. He said the SAD-BJP has been in favor of poll surveys, as it gave an idea about the mood of the voters.
He was replying to queries of media on Monday before the state level function on the occasion of 'Parkash Divas' of divine architect of the whole universe Lord Vishwakarma here at Sri Guru Nanak Bhawan.
He also said that the people with oust the Congress led UPA government at the Centre in the coming Lok Sabha elections as it has failed miserably on every front. He said the country could never prosper until corrupt Congress solely responsible for inflation is not be rooted out from the Centre. …