Bangalore: Emphasizing the need for electing a stable government and an able leader, Bangalore South MP & BJP National General Secretary Ananth Kumar on Sunday said only his partyâ€™s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi was capable of ushering in revolutionary changes in the nation and enabling a healthy GDP growth rate.
Speaking after flagging off â€˜Make India Winâ€™ campaign by BJP Yuva Morcha here, he pointed out that Modi had a long-term vision for the nation. â€œAsk the Congress what plans they have for the nationâ€¦ They have no plans because the Congress has caused extensive damage to the nationâ€™s economy and society.
He pointed out the Congress had lost control over governance. â€œPrices of essential commodities spiralled; inflation is at an all-time high and fuel costs have gone up significantly. Narendra Modi has a plan to reduce all of these to the levels prevailing during the tenure of our visionary leader A B Vajpayee as the PM. The whole nation is eager to see Modi as the PM,â€ he stated.
According to Ananth Kumar, Modi had travelled the length and breadth of the nation to understand the issues at the grassroots level.
The BJP leader ridiculed the Congress leadersâ€™ lack of vision for the nation. â€œLet alone nation, the Congress has no plans for a growing city like Bangalore. The Congressâ€™ contribution to Bangalore is zilch. The BJP has been instrumental in bringing Metro Rail to Bangalore and 500 million litres per day Cauvery River water to the city. It was the BJP, which facilitated the implementation of Kempe Gowda International Airportâ€¦ Give BJP another chance and see how the state and the city will improve,â€ he added.
Ananth Kumar said the BJP candidates from Bangalore â€“ former CM D V Sadananda Gowda (Bangalore North); P C Mohan (Bangalore Central); M Gowda (Bangalore Rural); B N Bachche Gowda (Chikkaballapura) and himself would work for the welfare of the city. â€œThe BJP has always been instrumental in taking up the case of the city and its people. We will never let you down,â€ he said.
FOR: IBC NEWS.