Daijiworld Media Network – Bantwal (EP)
Bantwal, March 23: “Farmers in the country have accepted sweet and bitter in equal measure. The country was able to hold its head high economically even after the Corona pandemic because of their efforts,” said district BJP president Sudarshan Moodbidri.
He was speaking after inaugurating the district level farmer’s convention at Sparsha Kala Mandira, B C Road on Wednesday, March 22.
“The country will not live if the soldiers and the farmers sleep. Prime Minister Modi has implemented the slogan Jai Jawan Jai Kisan. BJP will win 150 seats in the state and come to power on its own. BJP MLAs will win both in the district and Vidhana Sabha constituencies. The party workers should work towards it,” he said.
VHP member Pratapsimha Nayak Belthangadi said that Prime Minister Modi acts to bring repute to the world. “Congress is trying to cheat people by false promises. The regional parties also are staying away from Congress. Therefore, Congress people are disappointed,” he said.
Bantwal MLA Rajesh Naik said that he is satisfied to give justice to every vote cast by the voters. He said that amounts are credited directly to the accounts of 24,496 farmers under Kisan Samman project and Rs 21 crore have been obtained under Fasal Bima project.
“The dam and bridge work at Jakribettu costing Rs 135 crore will be beneficial to the farmers,” he said.
Former MLA A Rukmayya Poojary, Padmanabha Kothari, state Keonics corporation president Harikrishna Bantwal, district BJP chief secretary Sudhir Kumar Kannur, Ramadas Bantwal, district vice president Koragappa Naik, Sandesh Shetty, Ishwar Kateel, BJP Bantwal mandala president Devappa Poojary Balike, in charge Keshava Bhat, Muliya Bantwal in-charge Mooda president Ravishaker Mijar and other local BJP leaders were present.
Radhakrishna Bolloor of Dakshina Kannada district Raitha morcha welcomed and gave an introduction. Mahesh Kumar Shetty Menala of district Raitha morcha rendered the vote of thanks. BJP Bantwal mandala principal secretary Dombayya Arala compered the programme.