"In my political career of 35 years, I have never seen as highly corrupt a government as the Congress-led state government," said Manoj Sinha, Minister of State for Telecommunications and Information Technology.
Speaking during the Baindur booth-level BJP leaders meeting at the Kollur Mookambika Auditorium near Kundapur on Sunday, he said that the BJP workers should not rest until the anti-people government in Karnataka is rooted out.
"The world is now all eyes towards the Modi government, which has come to power with a total majority after 30 years in India. The achievements of the Central government should be conveyed to the people. The party should be strengthened from the booth-level. The election results in the North Eastern states have proved that achievements will bear fruits," he said and hoped that similar results would be witnessed in the state elections.
"There is a good response for BJP in the Assembly constituencies that I have paid visits to," he stated.
Inaugurating the programme, BJP state president B S Yeddyurappa said that the Siddaramaiah government has looted the treasury and the administration is at its worst. The people of the state have pledged to throw away the Congress-led state government. Farmers are committing suicide and women are not safe. The Congress is dividing the society on the basis of caste. People will teach a befitting lesson to the Congress party in the upcoming Assembly elections, he said.
BJP district president Mattaru Ratnakar Hegde presided over the programme.
BJP state committee secretary Tingale Vikramarjun Hegde, BJP Mahila Morcha state president Bharati Shetty, leaders Kidiyuru Udaykumar Shetty and Sujata Patil were present.