Govt is anti-people: ex-army chief
Mumbai: In a stinging attack on the government, former army chief General V.K. Singh, who has joined Anna Hazare in his crusade against corruption, Monday termed it "anti-people" and demanded immediate dissolution of parliament.
Gen. (retd.) Singh said the government is "bending to the corporates".
In a direct attack on Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, V.K. Singh asked him why the government was "looting" people. Singh retired a few months ago.
Gen. Singh was speaking to media persons alongside Hazare, who is expected soon to launch an anti-graft team after severing ties with Arvind Kejriwal and India Against Corruption (IAC) over their decision to form a political party. IANS
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