A large group of youths with a purpose to witness and experience India’s progress and development across all sectors, came together this morning for the official launch of NaMo Brigade Mysore (supporters of Narendra Modi, Chief Minister of Gujarat), an independent organisation, at the Govindarao Memorial Hall off the JLB road in city.
The NaMo Brigade of Mysore will be coordinating with the NaMo Brigade - Karnataka to work extensively towards making Narendra Modi (NaMo) the next Prime Minister of India.
City advocate O. Sham Bhat inaugurated the programme. Arise India founder Tejasvi Surya, Yuva Bharat District In-Charge Nityananda and City Petroleum Dealers’ Association President S.K. Dinesh were present on the dais.
Off the dais were former Minister S.A. Ramdas, MLC G. Madhusudan, former MUDA Chairman L. Nagendra, BJP Corporators and others.
Nityananda, delivering the key-note address, said that the NaMo Brigade Karnataka, founded by Naresh Shenoy in Bangalore, has its branches in Chikkamagalur, Mangalore, Bijapur, Mumbai, Delhi and other cities of the country with an agenda to spread awareness among the 18-year-olds who have newly attained the right to vote and to convince them to vote in favour of Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister.
Street plays will be performed by the volunteers of NaMo Brigade to spread awareness about Modi’s model of development in Gujarat and the need to vote in a democracy. O. Sham Bhat, speaking on the occasion, drew a comparison between Narendra (Swami Vivekananda) of ancient times to the Narendra (Modi) of modern times, stating that both had rebelled against the prevailing system and brought in social changes.
“The Brigade seeks change in the nation and feels it must align with a visionary leader having an ideology inclined towards the growth and development of the nation and Modi is the only option who can again put India on the path of growth and equality,” said advocate O. Sham Bhat.
Courtesy : Star Of Mysore