I’m a true son of the soil

I’m a true son of the soil

The Opposition is in a panic in Karnataka. They feel threatened by the success of the BJP in my state.

The BJP, which had only 2 seats in the Karnataka Assembly in 1985, has grown steadily every year. In the 2004 Assembly elections, it won 79 seats.

I created history by bringing the BJP to power on its own 10 months ago. Let’s not forget that this is the first-ever BJP government in the South.

I am not an English-speaking, elite politician. But I know the pulse of the people and what they actually want. I am a son of the soil. A real one at that, and not a fake!

The BJP won five seats in the recent by-elections, taking the strength of the party to 115 seats in our 224-member Assembly.

The Opposition has failed in the local body elections. No wonder they are worried about the Lok Sabha elections.

With the blessings of the people of Karnataka, I have presented the fourth Budget in succession. The latest was my second Budget as Chief Minister. I had presented two Budgets as Deputy Chief Minister earlier.

The speciality of all four Budgets is that I have maintained uniformity in priorities. They are farmer-friendly and focussed on rural development.

The 2009-10 Budget is unique. I have ensured that all sections benefit from it. Budget proposals made for 2008-2009 are being implemented. Government Orders (GOs) have been issued for 90 per cent of these proposals. By the end of March 2009, almost all Budget proposals will be implemented.

For every 100 days of my governance, I submit a report to the people through a booklet. The second such booklet is already with the public. The third is ready, but I cannot release it because of the election code of conduct.

People see my achievements. The Opposition can check them out too. Yet, they are raising silly, emotional issues to misguide the public. The Opposition in Karnataka does not want the state to progress.

If anyone has any doubt about my achievements, they can approach the authorities through the Right to Information Act (RTI Act) and can bring out the truth.

Citizens in Karnataka are enlightened. They can understand the tricks of the Opposition. The voters will definitely support our government and its people-oriented policies.

Every small incident is being blown out of proportion. Frustrated opposition parties and self-proclaimed custodians of ‘secularism’ have not been able to digest the fact that people have voted for the BJP. I request people in the other parts of India not to jump to wrong conclusions on the basis of these campaigns, which are full of lies and jealousy.

The BJP is all set to win more 20 to 22 of the 28 seats in Karnataka. The pre-election surveys conducted by the media have predicted that the BJP will win 18 to 20 seats. This has further struck fear in the minds of the Opposition.

I am fully confident that the pro-people programmes of my government will bring good results for the BJP in the coming elections.

This Post Has 5 Comments

  1. subu

    Today’s blatant attempt to carry out the democratic tradition of Governor’s address was stalled by the JD(S) and congress. This is a reflection of their helplessness and indecent venting of their frustration over the recent defeat in Panchayat election Together; they are not able to get even near BJP’s score

    This intolerance towards a non -congress government is infuriating the electorate who have repeatedly given the mandate to you
    I think this impatience to wait till the electorate gives them a mandate to govern (possibly they fear that opportunity will never arise) and the abject impertinence should be brought to the people’s judgment through constant public meetings by the committed army of BJP
    Has BJP been so adamant in respecting people’s mandate? Even when the congress did not get a majority, BJP gave them a long rope. Democracy demands absolute respect of people’s verdict. This behavior is gross humiliation of that enlightened verdict and only incurs that invaluable power’s wrath.

  2. subu

    Today’s blatant attempt to carry out the democratic tradition of Governor’s address was stalled by the JD(S) and congress. This is a reflection of their helplessness and indecent venting of their frustration over the recent defeat in Panchayat election Together; they are not able to get even near BJP’s score

    This intolerance towards a non -congress government is infuriating the electorate who have repeatedly given the mandate to you
    I think this impatience to wait till the electorate gives them a mandate to govern (possibly they fear that opportunity will never arise) and the abject impertinence should be brought to the people’s judgment through constant public meetings by the committed army of BJP
    Was BJP adamant in disrespecting people’s mandate? Even when the congress did not get a majority, BJP gave them a long rope. Democracy demands absolute respect of people’s verdict. This behavior is gross humiliation

  3. subu

    the news that the US India Business council president has called Karnataka’s progressive leadership as a role model, worth of emulation by other states is a big morale booster .It reaffirms what the sagacious chief Minisnter has been believing in.what is notworthy about this model is that growth of business has not come at the cost of Agrarian development and welfare. The C M has established that both can be complimentary to each other.
    This is the uniqueness of the Karnataka model
    “Competent, transparent, and progressive leadership are key attributes that will attract investors. Karnataka and Gujarat are two states that exemplify such progressive leadership,” Ron Somers, president, US India Business Council

  4. subu

    Your suggestion to Congress to dissociate from JD(S) is much matured and very enlightened. The predominant public opinion is against JD(S) and the latest ZP result would vouch for this impression Where is a need for a regional coterie, when the local issues are handled admirably by the BJP.Today,s Neilson consumer survey shows that one of highest increase in rural spend has been in Karnataka. This reflects on the efficacy of the rural thrust of your Government

    In a two party system the vice of horse trading and the compulsion to play to the gallery will be absent;; the focus can be on issues that concerns the people

    In this advice to Siddaramiah, you have shown your maturity and have exhibited a great benevolence even to an opponent-a rare trait in today’s political leadership; that he is hesitant to take this sage advice is unfortunate despite Congress’s earlier frightening experience with JD(S)

  5. subu

    keIf nothing seems to work, it is the flavor of season to indulge in personal vituperation. Starting form a few hundred crores, the JD(S) now claims to have intimate knowledge of your assets inventory. Whatever may be your declaration, the opposition has its response ready- it is going to dismiss it as gross understatement.
    The great truth about all these wild allegations is that there are no takers ;people of Karnataka have gone by governance ;the efficiency and transparency that pervades the various wings of the government, especially in rural Karnataka are being experienced by majority of the villagers .
    It is this managerial acumen and administrative skill that should be regarded as your greatest assest.This need not be declared .it is being experienced by the needy and poor. All the rest is irrelevant diatribe shot aimlessly by the cretins
    rs

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