Thursday, January 22, 2009

Rahul Gandhi: Government not doing much for 26/11 Heroes

Breaking News! In a surprising development, which may put the ruling UPA government in an embarrassing position, Congress MP Rahul Gandhi has turned the heat on his own government, saying it is not doing much for the 26/11 heroes, who laid down their lives during the recent Mumbai carnage.

Speaking at a meeting of Congress functionaries in Rajasthan, Rahul Gandhi described martyr Tukaram Ombale as a hero. He saluted Ombale for fighting the terrorists even though he did not have a weapon. Rahul admitted that the government needed to do more to hail the real heroes of the country.

"Despite having only a lathi to fight, Tukaram Ombale snatched the gun from one of the terrorists and allowed others to capture him. Ombale got seven bullets in his stomach in the process and died a martyr's death", said Rahul.

Well, I am sure why Crown prince keep forgetting that its congress government both at centre and state? if Rahul is not satisfied with performance of these governments, he should either fire them(he can do it being crown prince) or leave the party. BUT PLEASE DONT PLAY BOTH SIDES


1 comment:

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