MANDSORE (RAJASTHAN): Senior BJP leader and former Deputy Chief Minister, Kavinder Gupta on Wednesday invoked the Antodaya principle given by RSS’s visionary leader Pt Deendayal Upadhyay and said that BJP will launch schemes in Rajasthan on basis of aforesaid principle to ensure the rise and development of the last person in society.
Addressing two Sammelans in Mahuwa and Mandsore areas in Rajasthan, Kavinder said that Pt Upadhyay had long association with these areas as he has spent a long time in this part of the State and people know well about his remarkable work to help uplifting the last man in the queue.
He asked the people to support BJP to ensure that like Central Government’s initiative, public welfare schemes in Rajasthan should also be launched on the lines of Antyodaya (the uplift of the last man) – a principle espoused by Deendayal Upadhyay. He said that it was the vision of Pt Upadhyay that the man standing in the last should get the benefits of government schemes at par with the one standing at the first place.
The senior BJP leader said that people should install BJP government in Rajasthan to make sure that no one remains deprived of the government schemes and all could avail the benefits on the lines of Antodaya principle. “It was his vision of making the life easy of a common man by providing all the benefits of government schemes at their door steps”, he said adding that BJP Governments in Centre and various states are working in exemplary manner to ensure equitable public welfare and to provide same succour to people in Rajasthan, it is necessary to bring BJP to power with thumping majority.
Kavinder said that already people are fed up of bogus promises made by Congress leadership in Rajasthan therefore this is the right time to make a right choice and bring BJP to power to give meaning to life of people who are suffering right now due to Congress’ directionless policies.
Others present in the public meetings include Parvesh Diwaker, Kuldeep Kumar, Rajinder, Meena Devi Sahay, Bhagwan Sahay and Surinder Kumar.