BJP to launch 'your voice, our manifesto' on Feb 14

Dakshina Kannada district BJP unit President Prathap Simha Nayak has said that the BJP will launch “Nimma dhwani and namma pranalike” (your voice and our manifesto), under which suggestions will be invited from the general public on different subjects to be included in the manifesto for the Lok Sabha elections, on February 14.

The programme will be carried out till month end to mobilise suggestions from general public. Addressing a press meet here on Wednesday, he said that forms will be given to citizens to fill it on their dreams and aspirations for the country, which will be included in the manifesto. Preparations are on full swing for the ‘Bharatha gellisi’ campaign. Door-to-door campaign has already been started. 

Meanwhile, he said that preparations are in full swing for BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s rally in Mangalore on February 18. Rathayathre and padayathre is being held in all the eight assembly constituencies to mobilise people to attend the rally. For the success of the rally, 34 committees have been constituted and 3,000 volunteers are working on it. At least one lakh people are likely to take part in the Modi rally. 

In protest against “tea vendor” jibe at its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi by Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar, ‘Chai pe charcha’ or discussion over tea from a tea stall was held across the country on Wednesday. Modi tea stalls have been opened at 30 places in the district. The tea stall has received overwhelming response from the general public. 

Nayak said that the BJP believes that this year’s general election as an important milestone in the history of the country for its integrated development. 

“The BJP believes in good leadership, good governance and integrated development of the country. The experts at the national-level have already laid down a blue print for the move of the party. We want to send a message that the citizens have seen Congress rule for the last 60 years. We will bring in development within 60 months of coming to power in the centre,” he added. 

At the same time,  ‘One Note and One Vote’ campaign has also been started which aim at curtailing the practice of wooing voters by distributing currency. “Instead, the BJP is collecting one note from the public and urging them to vote the party in the coming general elections for a better rule,” he said.

Party workers will go door-to-door seeking at least one vote from every house and collecting at least one note (of any denomination) from the house, he said.

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