BJP holds workers' convention

A day after the BJP announced its first list of candidates, the party geared up its campaigning on Sunday by holding a workers’ convention of Bangalore Central Lok Sabha constituency and a walkathon campaign by the party’s youth wing.

Hundreds of volunteers took part in the “Make India Win” campaign early on Sunday that witnessed party Bangalore South Lok Sabha candidate Ananth Kumar and local MLAs participating in a walk on the roads of Basaveshwaranagar.

Sporting saffron T-shirts and caps and waving the BJP flag, the leaders and volunteers appealed to voters to make Narendra Modi the prime minister of the country. According to Ananth Kumar, Modi had travelled the length and breadth of the nation to understand the issues at the grassroots level.

“From Kashmir to Kanyakumari and Kutch to Kohima, Modiji has conducted 272 meetings in 150 days,” he pointed out. Later, in the day, senior leader M Venkaiah Naidu inaugurated a workers’ convention of Bangalore Central constituency.
Naidu dubbed Congress a “fake party” which had misled the people. He said Third Front had become a “parking lot” for parties rejected by the people.

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