Karnataka to slip out of Cong’s hands: CM

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 05 May 2018 10:22:33


Staff Reporter

Chief Minister Shviraj Singh Chouhan said that now main opposition party Congress is limited only to three states vis Karnataka, Punjab and Pondicherry. “However, Congress is set to lose Karnataka,” he claimed.Chouhan was addressing the state-level BJP Vistarit meeting at BHEL Dussehra Maidan on Friday. Praising the leadership skills of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and party’s National President Amit Shah, he told that now everywhere people chant ‘Modi-Modi’. Reckoning the PM’s courageous decision of surgical strike against Pakistan-backed terrorists, Chouhan said that now even China stands to embrace PM Narendra Modi.

Trying to hit hard Congress, Chouhan said that Madhya Pradesh was in shambles in Congress rule in the year 2003. It was tagged as BIMARU state. But in last fourteen years, Madhya Pradesh has moved ahead with rapid speed in every sector and this changed the entire scene. As many as 1.5 lakh kilometre lengthy road have been constructed and now shinning roads of State are example of transportation revolution. During Congress regime, irrigation was done only on 7.50 lakh hectare and now irrigation is done in 40 lakh hectare. Soon 80 lakh hectare irrigation capacity will be developed in State. Against the power availability of 2900 MW during ex-Congress regime, the power capacity of State has now increased to 18364 MW. Now, such is the situation that Congress has turned dwarf in front of BJP government’s achievements.

Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar claimed that BJP is going to form government for the fourth time in Madhya Pradesh. “There was perception that BJP cannot return to power for second time in row but BJP succeeded to grab the victory even second time. Later in 2013, Congress saw the dream to sail to victory on anti-incumbency factor but BJP succeeded to achieve mission 2013. Even BJP will win the coming Assembly election later this year,” he asserted.
He added that Congress has taken help of lie in Karnataka and same it strategy it will adopt in Madhya Pradesh, hence, BJP workers need to be aware in this regard.

BJP State President Rakesh Singh remembered the contribution of stalwart leaders of party like late Kushabhau Thakre, Pyarelal Khandelwal, Rajmata Vijayaraje Scindia, Nanaji Deshmukh, Sundarlal Patwa and said that it was due to penance of these leaders that party is relishing the success. He said owing to successful leadership of PM Narendra Modi, country’s pride has been established at international level. On the other hand, owing to hard work of Amit Shah, BJP succeeded in forming government’s one after another.

He urged party workers to go among masses and tell them that what was the situation of Madhya Pradesh in 2003 and what it is now in BJP regime. BJP’s National General Secretary Ram Lal also gave various tips to party
workers. On this occasion, BJP National President Amit Shah, Union ministers Dharmendra Pradhan, Thawarchand Gehlot, Veerendra Kumar Khatiq, BJP’s National Vice President Prabhat Jha, Kailash Vijayvargiya, ex-CM Babulal Gaur, ex-state president Nandkumar Singh Chouhan, Dr Satyanarayan Jatia, Faggan Singh Kulaste, Minister Narottam Mishra etc were present. Independent MLA Dinesh Rai Munmun, who joined BJP late on Thursday night, also welcomed Amit Shah by presenting bouquet of flowers.