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Puttur: Ram Bhat - Shaku Take U-turn, Call Upon Workers to Join BJP


Puttur: Ram Bhat - Shaku Take U-turn, Call Upon Workers to Join BJP

Daijiworld Media Network - Puttur (SP)

Puttur, Jan 20: Swabhimani Vedike honorary president K Ram Bhat called upon the Vedike workers to join back the BJP en masse in the best interests of the country and in the light of the recent developments. "Let us be part of the BJP which we had deserted in the past, as it is in the best interests of the country and also to fulfill our long-cherished desire to see Lalkrishna Advani as the prime minister of the country," he advised them.

Speaking at a meeting of the Swabhimani Vedike workers held here on Monday January 19, Bhat said that the Vedike had held talks with the leaders of both Rashtreeya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and the BJP. Resultantly, the Vedike has decided to merge itself with the BJP, he said. "However, the Vedike will be dissolved only after the last Vedike activist joins the BJP. The leaders and workers of the Vedike need not have any doubt or confusion on this aspect," he added.

Speaking on the occasion, Vedike president and ex-MLA Shakuntala Shetty said that the Vedike activists do not nurture any anger or enmity towards the BJP. Let us join the BJP to work towards achieving the goal of bringing the BJP back at the saddle in the central government, she requested.


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M B Vishwanath Rai, Mariamma Thomas, Bhaskar Rao, Banari Gopalakrishna Bhat, B Purandar Bhat, U Lokesh Hegde etc., presented their views at the meeting.

Kallega Sanjeev Nayak welcomed. Anna Vinaychandra delivered introductory address. Ramachandra conducted the programme.

 

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  • santhosh, Udupi

    Wed, Jan 21 2009

    Good Move by Ram Bhat

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  • Das, Kadri / UAE

    Wed, Jan 21 2009

    Power can be so entycing and lucrative that one is willing to forget the difference, insults, humiliation and injury. This is exactly what these 2 so called leaders have done and there is WE the people who support them in such insulting acts. People should learn the moral standign of these people and ensure that they do follow them in anyway irrespective where & which party they belong.

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  • Sathish Salian, Mangalore

    Wed, Jan 21 2009

    These politicians don't care about followers, party... only personal gains.. devide by religion/region & rule... only self development.. a real pros..

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  • bilal, Karkala/riyadh

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    May be this was the main aim / hidden agenda of establishing the so called Swabhimani Vedike

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  • Shridhara Achar K, Puttur/Bangalore

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    Not proper to blame only Ram Bhat, Shakuntala Shetty or their followers. Because that has been political culture we are witnessing today.Unfortunate thing is, even BJP is not spared.

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  • NITHYANANDA BESKOOR, udupi, dubai

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    political drama has no ethics,only opportunities. Beat the iron when it is hot is the tagline.

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  • Abdulla Madumoole, Abu Dhabi

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    Only a month back Ram Bhat accused BJP leadership of offering him Rs 10 crores during last MLA election to withdraw Shakunthala Shetty's nomination. He also accused some state BJP leaders of their immoral relationships.What happened to those things now? Should we conclude that you accepted the money this time and the immoral things became legitimate? I didn't expect Ram Bhat to go so cheap in politics. Whether he goes back to BJP or not, when he makes some allegations, he should not compromise with those things.

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  • Mohammed , Mangalore

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    Swabhimani vedike? or Swarthabhimani vedike?.... Almighty should save such politicians and mainly their bakra followers.

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  • cyril mathias, udupi

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    We thought that Sakuntala was a principled lady.Now we know what she really is.But people of puttur already know who Ram Bhat is.Aristotal long ago said that politics is the last resort of a scoundral. Really it is true.

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  • RAJENDRA, ABU DHABI

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    THIS IS REAL FACE OF POLITICS...ONE DAY BLAMING EACH OTHER, NEXT DAY JOINING HANDS WITH THEM .... WHETHER THESE POLITICIANS HAVE ANY MORALITY ? SHAME TO THEIR FOOLISH FOLLOWERS ....MR. BHAT , MS.SHAKU .....INTELLIGENT PEOPLE WILL NOT TRUST YOU IN FUTURE

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  • Omprakash , Mangalore, India

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    Today this is the worst cancer our society is suffering. Leaders with no backbone, no vision and no direction lead the masses. One blind leading the other blinds. Bhat should know that Advani is not eighteen but eighty four. So Advani may have many more dreams and bhat is going to fulfill them...? I just do not understand how people can sell their self respect(swabhiman) for power which is their own self identity.

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  • Sunil, Bahrain

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    Dear Prafulla, You are absulutely right!! our politicians are really prostitutes!

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  • Anand Kumar, Mangalore/Dubai

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    Readers please note, all the leaders are from higher class i.e., Rao, Bhat, Hegde. Have you seen is there any backward caste leader are on the stage? if there are, is they give for them any leadership. These leaders are selfish and they want to control our country in thier hand and all the backward, minorities should work under their leadership, should work like slave. Remember once the our democratic country falls under them, Surely that is the end of our democratic and I would like to say that there is not far to become our country like our neighbouring countries. GOD SAVE OUR COUNTRY. DEFEAT THESE DEVIL.

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  • Prafulla Baliga, Mangalore

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    This a vivid example of the fact that there is absolutely no difference between POLITICS and PROSTITUTION in our country in general and in Mangalore in particular!!!

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  • nithu, mangalore

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    good move from Sri ram Bhat

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  • Shareef Moideen, Mangalore/ Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    In Politics no one can be friends or enemies, but the followers of political leaders are foolish. This is just one example for selfishness of political leaders. When something happens against them they need to consult their followers but when they benefit followers are ignored.

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  • Sheby - Dubai, Mangalore

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    Dear voters, Polititians spending huge amount for the elections, and winning! for what??? not to develop the country, just only for making money. The poor voters are fools. Salary & Govt. Concessions for a Member of Parliament (MP) Monthly Salary : Rs 12,000 Expense for Constituency (tour) per month : Rs 10,000 Office expenditure per month : Rs 14,000 Traveling concession (Rs. 8 per km) : Rs 48,000 ( eg.For a visit from kerala to Delhi & return: 6000 km) Daily DA TA during parliament meets : Rs 500/day Charge for 1 class (A/C) in train: Free (For any number of times) (All over India ) Charge for Business Class in flights : Free for 40 trips / year (With wife or P.A.) Rent for MP hostel at Delhi : Free Electricity costs at home : Free up to 50,000 units Local phone call charge : Free up to 1 ,70,000 calls. TOTAL expense for a MP [ having no qualification ] per year : Rs 32,00,000 [i.e . Rs 2.66 lakh / month] TOTAL expense for 5 years :Rs 1,60,00,000 For 534 MPs, the expense for 5 years : Rs 8,54,40,00,000 (nearly Rs 855 crores)!!!

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  • Lancelot N. Tauro, Manglore - Doha qatar

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    Swabhiman Vedike should not split now BJP Swabhiman and Secular Swambhiman, Merger and bileteral ties should not limit upto the coming LOK sabha elections.

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  • Venu Bhandary, Puttur/Oman

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    Sakuakke, for ur kind information BJP's voters are party lovers not at all leaderworshippers, and has their own ethics.You can not misguide them exhibiting your personal image.Any how thank you for deviding the opposition votes.

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  • kiran, mangalore/dubai

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    very good decision by ram bhat and shaku akka i welcome this step taken by swabhimaani vedike

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  • Venance A. J. Crasta, Udyavar / Bangalore

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    These people thinks that the voters are fools like them. This is Indian Politics.

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  • SANTHOSH, PERLA/DUBAI

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    Only a short scene....& drama to continue....

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  • SAVEEN SALIAN, HOSABETTU/DUBAI

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    nothing is new in this,coz after some time if she dint get ticket in party again she jump to another party,in all these i dont want to blame these politicians these all happening coz of us..but still evrybody is thinking that let's hope for the best.

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  • Amit, Gangulli

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    What a shame for Ram Bhat, Shakunthala Shetty few days back they accused same party and now want to become a part of this party that’s different issue how many followers are with them ?. but thing is what about charges made by this two people are all of them wrong ? Or what

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  • NAVEEN DEVADIGA, UDUPI/DUBAI

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    this is all drama .......but people kinow their political attitude

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  • Jabir Ali, Abu Dhabi

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    in last electoin more than 10000 muslims are voted shakuakka.now muslims can understand thier real colour.leaders will get benifits.what about followers?even now also most people are calling thier followers tharai(cocanut).all politicians are same.they dont think peoples they are thinking their own only.

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  • Ramya, Udupi

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    This is called politics...

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  • Ivan Pinto, Belthangady/KSA

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    good job. what a shame. this is real political game from these two leaders

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  • Reena Shetty, Mangalore

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    Politicians have no conciousness,shame,etiquette,sincerity or an ounce of goodness! Self centered people.Only they seek their own benefits,ignoring the uplift of the society.

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  • Harold D'cunha, Mangalore, India

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    In today’s world most of the politicians have lost moral, ethical values. Changing parties and not following their own statement similar to flirt wife changing her husband very often for her own selfish unethical pleasure and money. What else we can say to these leaders?

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  • MOHAN POOJARY, Kankanady,Mangalore

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    selfish leaders like Ram Bhat, Shakunthala Shetty or their followers once again to join BJP this is all drama, they are thinking voters are fools.

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  • Noel, Mangalore

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    No ethics or deliverables.

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  • Jagnnath Rai, Dubai

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    their followers are foolish now...

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  • Dusty R., India

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    This is a fine example of true Indian politics and the freedom of choice and expression at its best. If Rahul Gandhi, who also wishes to be the PM one day (not for 1 day) could take and make British foreign secretary Milband to spend the night in a Dalit womans house, and tell him that, this is the true India, Ram Bhat can also ask his group to join the BJP to see Advani become the the PM, unless advani does notleave BJP and start his own party by then. Indian politics is so interesting and full of suspense.

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  • Roshan, Mangalore

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    big loss for Congress in the coming Parliamentary election.

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  • Subhas, Bajilakeri, Mangalore/Dubai

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    Yes this is the correct decesion by Ram Bhat and Swabhimani Vedike to merge with BJP and decided to effort to bring Lal krishna Advani as next Prime Minister of India.

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  • Anil, Puttur/Sharjah

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    THIS IS A POLITICAL GAME,AND A OPERATION KAMALA.NEXT WHAT .....?

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  • rohan lobo, puttur/dubai

    Tue, Jan 20 2009

    good news.... good luck to shankutala shetty. she is good social worker and nice woman. wish you all the best but dont compromise your ethics after joining bjp..

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  • Iqbal, Puttur / Houston, USA

    Mon, Jan 19 2009

    Yes, we have to learn lesson from these politicians, they are all looking theirself,thats why our state, country does not move to developing stage...

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  • callen dsouza, bendur

    Mon, Jan 19 2009

    unity is strength this is what these stupid people in the congress should learn .

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