Thursday, December 31, 2009

Gadkari's appointment as BJP president hailed

New Delhi, December 21
Sh. Amit Thaker, the national president, Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha has hailed the appointment of Sh. Nitin Gadkari as National President of Bharatiya Janata Party.
Hailing the appointment, Thaker said that Gadkari has made mark in the political arena. "Gadkari's USP is his development based politics that includes sewa and vikas. The service and development has remained core of his political career. Such works have paved way for better public service and expanded the party popularity amongst masses giving it a wider base," he said.
Thaker appreciated Gadkari for being associated with grass level movement of the party. He added that the concepts of PPP public private partnership and BOT built operate and transfer are Gadkari’s brainchild, which have now been replicated all over the country in most of the public utility construction avenues.
“The Bandra-Worli sea link in Mumbai, which has made many social thinkers an apostle of the technology involved in project, too is Gadkari’s initiative. He is a true leader not only in terms of mass following but also has an in-depth knowledge of administration and effective use of technology for public benefit,” Thaker said.
Emphasizing Gadkari's main contribution in the form of his pilot project, "what after 12th", Thaker said that this apolitical project has largely helped youth to decide its career direction after completing senior secondary class. Camps held under this project have acted as great career counselors for students and more than 5000 students have already been benefited through a series of these camps.
He added that it matter of great pride that an office bearer of youth wing has become the national president of BJP. "Gadkari's elevation as president has once again proven that there is no place for dynastic politics in BJP. Any Indian who joins BJP and works hard can reach the top as did Mr Gadkari and prior to him people like Sh. Rajnath Singh and Sh. Vankaya Naidu have arose in same way," he added.

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