Janata Party president Subramanian Swamy
RANCHI: Former Union minister and Janata Party president Subramanian Swamy on Sunday (18 March 2012) exhorted the people of Jharkhand to launch a crusade against corruption as they did at time of Jai Prakash movement in 1970s to remove the Congress government at the Centre.
“I still remember those days when people of undivided Bihar took active part in the movement and brought change at the Centre. I firmly believe that people of Jharkhand can once again play an important role in bringing change at the Centre and fight against corruption,” Swamy said while addressing the Jan Chetna Rally organized on the assembly ground.
Attacking the UPA government at the Centre, the Janata Party leader alleged that all the top leaders were involved in corrupt practices.