Take govt's shortcomings to doorsteps of voters, Shah tells BJP cadre

Take govt's shortcomings to doorsteps of voters, Shah tells BJP cadre

Take govt's shortcomings to doorsteps of voters, Shah tells BJP cadre

BJP national president Amit Shah on Wednesday called upon BJP workers in the state to work rigorously to throw the Congress out of power and give relief to the people from bad governance.

He was speaking to Shakthi Kendra leaders of Dakshina Kannada, Udupi, Shivamogga and Chikkamagaluru districts. Stressing the need for a strong cadre-based set-up, he said the party could come to power and offer stable governance only if the root was strong. The party should strive to eliminate the Congress permanently from the state.

Shah urged the booth-level leaders to work on the deficiencies of the Congress-led government and publicise the same among the voters. He said the BJP had embraced everyone, irrespective of their caste, beliefs, religion and culture and this would impress the voters.

The BJP president said a victory in the state would usher in a new dawn for the BJP. Only hard work yielded good results, he said.

Former chief minister B S Yeddyurappa claimed that in the next three months, the number of states under BJP rule would go up to 22 from 19. The achievements of the BJP government at the Centre and the decisions taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi had broken the hegemony of the Congress, he said.

He took on Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, saying he had no moral right to criticise the prime minister as the goonda culture by his partymen was on the rise.

BJP general secretary Muralidhar Rao said the BJP, which firmly believed in democracy, was thriving for egalitarianism. The BJP and RSS, which are built on the foundations of sincerity and egalitarian beliefs, had come up despite several antagonistic factors, including those posed by the media, he opined.

 

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