Youth Cong chief invites BJP Yuva Morcha to join march to Delhi

State Youth Congress president Basanna Gowda Badrali called the BJP Yuva Morcha to join the cadre in their march to New Delhi, demanding the realisation of the promise of two crore jobs for unemployed youths by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Speaking after inaugurating the one-day workshop on developing leadership qualities for the Youth Congress members, the state president said that BJP Yuva Morcha president Prathap Simha has no right to hold a 'Mangaluru Chalo' rally as he is an outsider and the concept itself does not serve any purpose. "The BJP Yuva Morcha should, in fact, target its own prime minister for not fulfilling the promises offered in the poll manifesto – especially the fake promise given to the youths of the country, offering them two crore jobs. The 17 Parliamentarians who are chosen from Karnataka are not working for the cause of the people. They do not raise the problems of the people in the state to central level," he alleged.

'Deal tactically'

Urging his party cadre to combat the communal agenda of the BJP tactically, Badrali called the members to follow a disciplined way of countering the propaganda ethics.

"The BJP only aims at communal politics which intends the divide and rule policy among religions. The secular principle of Congress should be promoted all over and the Youth Congress member should initiate the drive," he said.

Coming down heavily on the communal agenda and the use of social media, Badrali said that the BJP should be ashamed of itself for dividing the people for selfish motives. Congressmen are better Hindus as they do not indulge in hatred politics. The BJP leaders at state and central-level are shameless.

He questioned Udupi-Chikkamagaluru MP Shobha Karandlaje's commitment towards her constituency. "She is only focusing on the work at state-level politics and has completely forgotten the voters who elected her. Uttar Kannada MP Anant Kumar Hedge, on the other hand, is an absolute blunder," said the president.

BJP will suffer a massive defeat in the forthcoming Assembly elections in state. However, the Congress youth cadre should be playing a crucial role, he opined.

Congress district president Janardhan Thonse said, "The Congress would surely spring back with the youth vigour as the party president Rahul Gandhi is building party with the youth strength. The Youth Congress members should remain committed to the principles and culture of the Congress party.

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