Huge turnout for BJP; Kesari Kamal in Doddaballapur without cadre base

M. Kirti Prasad
Bangalore: The platform of ‘Janaspandan’ convention, which showcased the contributions made by the state BJP government during the three years of rule, witnessed a show of BJP power. By presenting the government’s ‘Progress Card’ and asking the gathered crowd to support them in the 2023 elections as well, the BJP also gave a ceremonial start to the campaign for the next election.

An attempt was made to create a pro-BJP wave through a grand conference of Ghatanughti leaders and lakhs of people in Doddaballapur in the plains, where the BJP organization has no base. The BJP had chosen Doddballapur for its first ‘Janaspandan’ as part of its strategy to win the seats that are crucial for a simple majority in the old Mysore area. By making the convention a resounding success with more people participating than expected, the leaders succeeded in conveying the message to the old Mysore that they are determined to make the lotus bloom even in the landless area.
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“The BJP has organized more than three lakh people from three districts around Bangalore. In this calculation, this is a big response to the Siddaramautsava held in Davangere by organizing people from all 31 districts of the state,” a political analyst defined.

In order to increase the confidence of the local people, the leaders followed the smart move of mainly proposing regional issues and responding. CM Bommai has allocated Rs 3000 crore for Ettinhole project. It has been provided and he promised to start feeder connection work to Kolar and Chikkaballapur districts this year and to drain water from Ettinhola this year.

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In Doddaballapur, where the BJP seemed to have no base, the “Janaspandan” witnessed an unprecedented success by three lakh people, and Dr. K. Sudhakar, the chief minister of the convention, was showered with praise. CM Bommai, BS Yeddyurappa, Nalin Kumar Kateel, Smriti Irani and many other dignitaries mentioned in their speeches that the convention was organized and organized successfully.
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Many leaders including CM Bommai, Minister Dr. K. Sudhakar, National General Secretary CT Ravi proposed to expose the scandals of the previous Congress government and warned that the leader will expose his colors. The time is not far when the Congress leader, who is like a bull tiger, will take off his mask and the people will cry… thu… We will expose all the past scams. The CM himself thundered that he will let people know about your perversion. BS Yeddyurappa challenged that he will not let Congress come to power for any reason in the next election.

The activists were called to question the leaders who started the yatra in the name of ‘Bharat Jodo’ when the yatra arrived in Karnataka. Union Minister Smriti Irani encouraged people to not only resolve for ‘Janaspandan’ Victory Yatra but also prepare for the struggle.

Former Minister Umesh Katti who passed away recently and Praveen Nettaru who was killed were paid tributes in the convention and a minute’s silence was observed in ‘Janaspandan’.

Congress leaders, your dream will remain a dream. You have no chance again. We have started from Doddaballapur and we will once again make the lotus bloom by getting the people’s support all over the country. If you have the strength, try to stop. The public meetings will be held in six more parts of the state, including Kalaburagi and Mysore.
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A historic convention
The organizing power of the plains of Doddaballapur has been proved in ‘Janaspandan’. Such a historic convention has never been held in history. The people of this part gave bold answers to those who talked about the strength and organization of the party. Congress leaders are fighting for the vacant CM seat.
Dr. K. Sudhakar, Bangalore Rural District In-charge Minister