Lucknow: After her `Ghar-Vapsi’ in the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), it has not taken long for belligerent Uma Bharti to hit the top form. Former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh once again reiterated her stand that no compromise would be made on the issue of Ram or Hindutva.

Coming down hard on the Uttar Pradesh government, Bharti assured to take to the roads to protest against the prevailing lawlessness in the state. She urged the party workers to visit the rural areas to apprise people of their rights.

Condemning the law and order situation in UP, she said, “People had pinned high hopes on the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) state government, but their expectations have fallen flat. Women are terrified, farmers are being harassed and all the requests to the state government in this regard are falling on deaf ears.”
 
Bharti, who reached Lucknow on Sunday afternoon, said, “We would stage protest and compel the government to hear the public grievances.”

Targeting the Samajwadi Party (SP) for the deteriorating condition of UP, Bharti said, “SP is not an alternative for the BSP in the state. It is equally responsible for the deplorable law and order situation. It is only the BJP which can ameliorate the situation in the state.”
 
Bharti, who will be heading the party campaign for the UP 2012 elections, said, “My first priority is to free the state from the goondaraj and corruption, thereafter my agenda would be to save River Ganga.”

(JPN/ Bureau)