Cong, BJP make preparations for Lok Sabha polls

KPCC Secretary H Mohan has said that there was a need to create awareness on the welfare programmes of the state and central governments. Speaking at a preparatory meeting in Chikmagalur on Saturday, he said hobli and block level conventions should be organised. The workers should look into the voters list and ensure that youth are enrolled in the electoral list. 

MP Jayaprakash Hegde said “During my term, I have been in constant touch with the people through public contact programmes. I have given emphasis o providing basic facilities in rural areas. An attempt has been made to level allegations against the Congress government by the BJP on row over ban on arecanut, Upper Bhadra project and Inam land.” 

DCC President Dr D L Vijaykumar said “the charisma of Modi will not attract voters in the district. The BJP was mired in corruption.” The meeting discussed on Gorakh Singh committee report, protection to minorities, row over Inam land, Karagada water project, RTE and RTI Acts. Motamma was felicitated on the occasion. 

BJP meeting

BJP Rajya Parishat member H S Putte Gowda has said that people are expecting a transparent administration from BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi. Speaking at a meeting, he said the BJP lost in the assembly election owing to internal fight.

Yeddyurappa joining the BJP fold has strengthened the party. He predicted the victory of the NDA in the Lok Sabha polls. He said the Congress is mired in corruption. “People are tired of rise in price of essential commodities including petrol and LPG. The UPA government has been following anti-people policies.” BJP President Venugopal presided over the programme. 

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