Working for common man would help BJP: Gadkari
BJP national president Nitin Gadkari called upon his party legislators to work in the interest of common man, which would ultimately help the party.
Mumbai: BJP national president Nitin Gadkari
on Sunday called upon his party legislators to work in the
interest of common man, which would ultimately help the party.
He was speaking at the valedictory function of the
two-day training workshop for BJP legislators at Rambhau
Mhalgi Prabodhini at Uttan in adjoining Thane district.
"Voters and people are the real soul of democracy and
working in the interest of common man would only help our
party," he said.
Gadkari further said that Congress is in a bad shape now
and BJP should take advantage of the situation and come to
power. But, in the same breath, he also asked whether BJP is
really in a position to come to power.
"Are we in a position to take over? We need to bring
ourselves in a position to come to power. Therefore, we need
to work for the common man," he asked BJP members.
Criticising the UPA government, Gadkari said, "The CAG
report has brought the Prime Minister`s office (PMO) as well
as Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit in the line of fire for
over-expenditure in Common Wealth Games. More such reports
would come out that would ultimately dethrone the UPA
government," he said.