"Parivarthana Yatra is conducted to make Congress-free state", BS Yeddyurappa in Bhatkal

Source: S.O. News Service | By Sajjad Qazi | Published on 14th November 2017, 10:36 AM | Coastal News |

Bhatkal: "The Parivartana Yatra is being conducted with the motto of 'Equal share and equal living status for people of all the 224 constituencies of Karnataka'. Removal of the corrupt Congress government from power and bringing back BJP into the administration is the main purpose of this Yatra,' said B S Yeddyurappa, BJP state president at the 'Nava Karnataka Nirmana Parivartana Yatra that was held at Bhatkal here on 13th November, Monday.

Yeddyurappa said, "Nava Karnataka Nirmana Yatra is not about making me the next chief minister. But it is to rescue Karnataka from looters and the problems the state faces. This Yatra is to assure good life to the citizens of Karnataka. The prime objective of this campaign is to make Karnataka a Congress-free state. That is only possible if the young population of the state joins hands. If BJP comes to power in the state, I will ensure a peaceful, efficient and clean administration. I am confident that I can do it. It's my request to the people of the Uttar-Kannada district, please support us and elect BJP candidates in all the 6 constituencies of the district," he said.

He further added, "Chief Minister Siddaramaiah says that Modi is afraid of him. But CM is still a child in front of PM Modi. I believe Modi is the man who knows the path, walks the path and shows the path. Youths should work for unification of BJP".
"Rape-accused K C Venugopal and corrupt chief minister Siddaramaiah are destroying the state. Venugopal should resign his position as Congress Karnataka in-charge," he said. 

Commenting on CM Siddaramaiah not entering Sri Krishna Temple in Udupi, he said, “The incident at Lord Manjunatha of Shree Kshetra Dharmasthala stopped him from entering this temple. That is why he returned from the door itself. The chief minister is getting cozy with certain organizations which sow the seeds of disturbances like Popular Front of India, SDPI etc and hence he fails to take any action when they are involved in disturbances," he added.

He said that the murders of Hindu activists in the coastal region resemble those in Kerala. “Organisations such as KFD, PFI, and SDPI have been involving in anti-social elements, he said, adding that the state government has not taken any action against them.

Lastly he said that in Bhatkal's atmosphere, Hindus and Muslims should unite and give chance a BJP to come in power with Modi's 'Sabka Saat, Sabka Vikas' policy and become a finest example in the state. 

In the program, Central minister Anantkumar Hegde, MP Shobha Karandlaje, former Minister Kumar Bangarappa, Sirsi MLA Vishweshwar Hegde Kageri, Sriramulu, Kota Sreenivas Poojary, Hartalu Hallapa , Ex-Bhatkal MLA Shivanand Naik, JD Naik, District Congress president KG Naik, Taluka President Rajesh Naik, District Vice President Govind Naik, Tejaswini Gowda, Sunil Naik, Ishwar Naik, Rupali Naik and many others were present.

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