Former District Minister S.A. Ramdas, who is reportedly nourishing the idea of contesting in the 2014 Lok Sabha election from Mysore Parliamentary Constituency, yesterday called upon BJP party workers to “forget past differences and work unitedly to make Gujarat CM Narendra Modi the next Prime Minister of the country.”

Inaugurating a convention of BJP party workers at Vidya Shankara Kalyana Mantap in Agrahara in city, he said that Narendra Modi, who has steered Gujarat in the path of development, was the most eligible candidate to become the next PM and steer the country in its much needed path of progress.

Losing and winning elections is common for politicians and there is a need for introspection on the performance of the party, he said and added that the country was badly in need of a leader of the calibre of Modi, who has emerged a leader by virtue of his achievements in Gujarat.

BJP City Unit President E. Maruthi Rao Pawar, speaking on the occasion, said that cracks in the State Congress were visible within months of coming to power and there were attempts to curtail the powers of Chief Minister by forming Co-ordination Committees to take important policy decisions.

District BJP President Hemanth Kumar Gowda, Gen. Secretary Dr. Shivaramu, MLC candidate Yashaswini Somashekar, Minority Cell Gen. Secretary Mallappa Gowda, Corporators B.V. Manjunath and Shiva Kumar, former Corporator Vidya Urs and others were present.

Courtesy : Star Of Mysore