BJP will not entertain 'tainted' leaders

BJP will not entertain 'tainted' leaders

Narendra Modi government in Gujrat should be a model government to India. Modi is appreciated across the country from Kashmir to Koppa. North Indians have already extended their support to the BJP, and let the party come to power in the State too, said BJP National General Secretary Ananth Kumar.

He was speaking after inaugurating  the BJP Vijaya Sankalpa convention at Lal Bahaddur Shastri stadium in Koppa town on Friday. Criticising the Congress government for not contributing to the development of the country, he said the Congress has not given anything but inflation as a gift to the nation. Union Minister Veerappa Moily who had announced of releasing Rs 14,000 crore compensation package to the areca growers, to win the Udupi-Chikmagalur bypoll, has not yet released the amount to farmers. But he has made provision to give packages through ITC and Reliance to the organisation run by his son, the BJP leader ridiculed.

He promised of solving the problems of the areca growers by discussing the issue in the parliament if the party comes to power in the centre in the next election. The party will definitely come to power in the State in upcoming assembly elections, by defeating the Congress and the JD(S). The election results will reveal the internal agreement that has taken place between the KJP and the Congress, he said.

Deputy Chief Minister K S Eshwarappa said that party will not entertain the ‘tainted’ party men who are involved in illegal mining and land denotification. The party no more has the black mark of corruption. The people of State are looking forward for a leader like Vajapeyi. But the Congress is playing a game to divide the BJP votes by using B S Yeddyurappa. But the plan will not work out, he affirmed.

He also expressed confidence of the BJP coming to power in the State under the leadership of Pralhad Joshi who has been newly appointed as the president of State BJP Unit.

Former chief minister D V Sadananda Gowda said that the Congress is the only party against which the BJP will fight the election, while other parties are not a matter of concern. The BJP will face the election based on development as its agenda and will not give scope for negative propaganda.

District-in-Charge Minister D N Jeevaraj, Higher Education Minister C T Ravi and others were present.