Bantwal: 'BJP coming to power is inevitable for real democracy' – Deputy CM


Mounesh Vishwakarma

Daijiworld Media Network – Bantwal (EP)

Bantwal, Nov 28: Deputy chief minister Dr C N Ashwathnarayan while addressing at the village conference held in Bantwal ridiculed the Congress party to be cornered due to its policies and said that for 'real democracy' it is inevitable for Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) to come to power.

He was speaking after inaugurating BJP village conference held in Bantwal Sparsha Kala Mandira by Dakshina Kannada district BJP that includes Bantwal, Moodbidri, Mangaluru and Mangaluru North block on Saturday, November 28.

Ashwathnarayana alleged the Congress of destroying cultures and traditions as he hailed the BJP of conserving both culture and religion. “Destruction of culture and traditions was the work of Congress. The efforts of BJP activists to preserve culture and religion are commendable. BJP is a democratic party and we respect the opinions of activists. We should work hard for the victory of the party in the upcoming gram panchayat elections,” he said.



BJP state president, MP Nalin Kumar Kateel said that party is bound towards welfare of farmers in the district. “The party is trying to provide Kumki land rights to the farmers. Clear sand policy will be implemented in the coast as per the dream of BJP veteran late Dr V S Acharya. The Prime Minister is determined to strengthen panchayats and each panchayat will receive a package of Rs two crore. The party will implement an Act against slaughter of cattle, love jihad and protect the youth through Drugs Free Karnataka. Congress which ruled in the name of Gandhi forgot his ideals, only wore Gandhi caps and made monkeys of the people. But Prime Minister Modi has progressed on the lines of Gandhiji’s aspirations of Grama Swarajya.”

Recollecting the funds provided by the government for electricity, cooking gas, toilets and NREGA projects he said that the president of gram panchayat will become as powerful as the Prime Minister by the funds from the centre and the state governments and their moral support. “BJP does not tolerate treason. The home minister has directed to arrest the miscreants who have written on the wall in Mangaluru against the country,” he said. He requested to ensure victory in all the panchayats under the five formulas and pancharatna principles.

BJP state vice president Shobha Karandlaje said that the conference proved that BJP considers all the elections seriously. “BJP should win in all the 225 gram panchayats in the district. BJP has implemented programmes that activists will be proud of at village level. The Congress government under the leadership of Manmohan Singh had not implemented any projects. Congress is zero when compared to Atal Ji and Narendra Modi. BJP is currently the party that wins. But we should recollect the efforts of our elders to unite the party once upon a time. Newcomers are necessary to strengthen the party. BJP has come to power in the state due to a new way of thinking. It has also become strong at the centre. Similar revolution is necessary at village level also,” she said.

State BJP chief secretary Mahesh Tenginakai said that Nalin Kumar has shown a model to the country how an organization should be. “The simplicity of elected representatives here also is a model,” he said.

Kolar MP Muniswamy called to throw away the bad worm. “Work so that BJP supported candidates come to power in all the 248 gram panchayats in Dakshina Kannada district,” he said.

Dakshina Kannada district in charge minister Kota Srinivas Poojary said that revolutionary development has taken place in all the corners of the country since Prime Minister Modi took the leadership. “Still further development is possible when BJP supported active activists become panchayat members,” he said.

Bantwal MLA Rajesh Naik Ulippadiguthu said that families get together are held in 39 gram panchayats in view of gram panchayat elections. “We will work day and night to secure 400 seats in the next elections,” he said.

MLA Umanath Kotian said that they will work for the victory of BJP supported candidates in Mulki and Moodbidri.

North Vidhan Sabha MLA Bharath Shetty said that he expects that BJP will win in gram panchayat levels like in the centre and the state and it will be a reality.

Mangaluru MLA Vedavyas Kamath requested to hold campaigns of Prime Minister’s grama swarajya dream.

Vidhan Parishad member Pratap Simha Nayak, district president Sudarshan M, Mahila Morcha state president Geeta Vivekananda, district panchayat president Meenakshi Shantigodu, party’s Gopalakrishna Herale, Udaya Kumar, Kasturi Panja, Harikrishna Bantwal, Santhosh Kumar Boliar, Bharathesh, Rajesh Kaveri, Sunil Alva, Tilak Raj, Chandrahas Pandith House and Vijaya Kumar Shetty were present.

Buda president Devadas Shetty sang Vande Mataram. Bantwal block president Devappa Poojary welcomed the gathering. District BJP president Sudarshan M gave an introduction. Chief secretary Ramadas Bantwal compered the programme. Sunil Alva rendered a vote of thanks. The gathering paid homage to BJP organising secretary Ravi Hiremath who passed away due to coronavirus.

  

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  • Lokesh Shetty, Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 30 2020

    Why BJP's former local stalwarts and ex MLAs of the likes of Rukmaya Poojary, Padmanabha Kottary, and more importantly RSS local supremo Dr Prabhakar Bhat are missing in the stage? Very evident, all is not Ok in this party

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  • Flavian, Mangaluru/Kuwait

    Sun, Nov 29 2020

    What for ?
    What is the use ?
    Any achievements ?
    Why scared of Congress?
    Are you ruling or fooling public?
    Save the country from further down fall!

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  • Ahmed K. C., Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 29 2020

    Agar sach kahein toh, democracy khatre mein hai.

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  • Francis, Shirva/UK

    Sun, Nov 29 2020

    Democracy ! Even real democracy!!
    Narayan - Narayan

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  • Moshu, Mangaluru

    Sat, Nov 28 2020

    According to learned Doctor, democracy terms go against the constiution and detaining for questioning ruling party.

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  • ZAMEER, MLORE

    Sat, Nov 28 2020

    ALL MONEY KEPT WITHOUT ANY DEVT IN NATION BJP WOULD USE FOR ABOVE KIND OF CONFERENCE TO FOOL PEOPLE !!!

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  • Veer, Nagpur

    Sat, Nov 28 2020

    If BJP is real democracy then why no Press Conference since 2014 but only monkey Baath and monologues with theatrics. Press conferences are main pillars of democracy and reflection of govt transparency and corruption free governance. So it's understandable why you are shying away from press conferences. Give your one democratic ruling as per the constitution?????????. ZERO.

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