Sonia Gandhi has asked Congress-ruled States to provide 9 cylinders/per household annually at subsidised rate, against six earlier, according to Congress spokesperson Janardhan Dwivedi.
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This is similar to VVIP status (24/7) power supply to Sonia/Rahul constituency to buy votes - discrimination of citizens on the basis of Sonia ruled states.
Where are Congress states going to get money - OH, Montek and Manmohan will redistribute the taxpayers money collected from ALL states (majority of which are from opposition ruled states) and give it to Sonia ruled states.
This is un-constitutionally and should be challenged in courts.
Who is Sonia gandhi to decide? Is she a super prime minister Such kind of extra constitutional authority should not be allowed
Discriminatory and dividing the historic decision proclaimed by great lady it is shameful that we have president and prime minister and the central government to implement such irrational and unmindful dictum.
Utterly rubbish and fooling the people. Just a year or two back, some Cong ruled States extended subsidy of Rs.25 per cylinder which after 3 or 6 months they withdrew.
This is very sad to know. She must be out of her brain. And these kind of preferential treatment is not good for the country. And the elections commissions should look into this issues as VOTE BANK politics. And impose huge find on this political party.
The president of Congress has assured 9 cylinders, instead of 6, in the Congress-ruled states. This assurance is not only a warning signal to TMC but a "serious threat to the national integrity". The recent moves of both presidents remind me of the conflict between Pandit Nehru and the great economist, Dr. C.D. Deshmukh - over taking loans from foreign countries - in the very early years of independence. I think, Dr. Deshmukh was right in opposing loans from foreign countries. Our politicians' habit of taking loans over the past 65 years - is a dangerous one. The only difference is that, now-a-days, instead of word loans we use words like foreign investments, FDI. I still feel that Dr. Deshmukh was right and hence oppose any "direct or disguised" loan.
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