Jubilant Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) asserted that it will form government in Karnataka in the next general elections by winning the hearts of people.
The visit to Bengaluru by Amit Shah National President of BJP on January 3, has sent a clear signal that BJP is keen on wiping out Congress from Karnataka.
“Karnataka’s economy has crippled under the misrule of the Congress. Karnataka’s growth rate was more than 10 per cent during BJP rule which has now come down around 5 to per cent,” said Amit Shah while addressing a press meet in the BJP office.
Unemployment and corruption is rising in Karnataka and our State leaders are working hard to expose the misrule of Congress Government, said, Amit Shah.
As almost 20,000 people from Karnataka are becoming members of BJP each day, we will reach the target of one crore members from the State before March this year. We strongly believe that people will elect BJP in the next elections, opined Amit Shah.
When asked whether Congress free Bharat will be a reality, he said “We will wipe out Congress from power and restrict them to occupy the Opposition chair, forever.”
We feel bringing black money back to country is also progressing by clearing many hurdles. Shah declared Bharat as a country has managed to earn a professional image globally due to relentless travel to foreign countries and dynamic approach displayed by Modi in meeting International leaders.
He addressed and inspired the District Office Bearers at Gangamma Thimmaiah Kalayana Mantapa at Basaveshwaranagar in the evening to toil for bringing one crore people into BJP fold by making them members of the party.
During his meet, Amit Shah displayed empathy by instructing police not to take any action against that youth who shouted slogans against BJP.
‘Vivek Band for Every Hand’
Young people in Karnataka will get a platform to participate in a nation building process. An innovative campaign called 'Vivek Band for Every Hand, Be ‘Good—Do Good’ is all set to get launched on January 12, 2015 on the occasion of 152nd birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, and to mark the National Youth Day. Conceived by Bengaluru based NGO 'Samarthabharata' the campaign will continue till January 26 and plans to inspire 20 lakh youth to wear the band, and do something good to the society. Briefing journalists in the press club on January 6, Justice Shivaraj Patil who is one of the brand ambassador for the campaign, mentioned that globally India is called ‘Youngistan’ due to the presence of huge population of youth, and the country will turn out to be ‘Yuva Rashtra’ by 2020. “Merely being good is not beneficial to the society, but doing good makes all the difference. ‘Vivek Band’ inspires youth to follow in the footsteps of Swami Vivekananda to build the glorious nation,” said Patil. Pradeep Bharadwaj, President of the trust maintained that inspirational words of Vivekananda, “They alone live, who live for others” will further motivate young generation in the campaign to dedicate themselves for the noble cause and charge them to be good and do good.