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People fed up with UPA politics: BJP leader

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‘The country witnessed rapid progress during NDA rule’

BJP State general secretary S. Suresh Reddy addressing party activists in Srikakulam on Friday.— Photo: basheer
BJP State general secretary S. Suresh Reddy addressing party activists in Srikakulam on Friday.— Photo: basheer

Bharatiya Janata Party State general secretary S. Suresh Reddy, on Friday, said that the people, including youngsters, were keen to extend their support to BJP in 2014 elections as they were fed up with the ‘misrule and corruption’ of UPA government.

He said that public will not trust both the Telugu Desam and YSR Congress since both the opposition parties would likely to extend their support to United Progressive Alliance after the elections. He was the chief guest at the party leaders and activists’ meet held in Srikakulam. Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Suresh Reddy hoped that there would be a wave in favour of BJP in 2014 on the lines of 1998 elections with many people wanted to see Narendra Modi as Prime Minister of the country.

He quoted media surveys in which Mr. Narendra Modi was far ahead of Rahul Gandhi whom Congress was projecting as Prime Minister’s candidate. “The country witnessed rapid progress during NDA regime but UPA’s nine-year rule is full of scams. Corruption is rampant. Prices of essential commodities have gone up sharply. All these factors would tilt the balance in favour of BJP in next elections,” Mr. Suresh Reddy hoped.

BJP State vice-president Bandaru Rangamohan suggested that the party workers strive hard to strengthen the party from grass-root level while preparing themselves to face the ensuing local body elections.

BJP State secretary Paidi Venugopalam, BJP Srikakulam wing president Kotagiri Narayana Rao, and BJP Executive Committee member Kotagiri Narayana Rao explained about the steps being taken to improve the party’s network in mandals.

BJP senior leader Savvana Umamaheswari, and BJP Srikakulam wing president S.Venkateswara Rao also participated in the programme.


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