Sangh Parivar better known as Chaddi Parivar – Ramanath Rai

Sangh Parivar better known as Chaddi Parivar – Ramanath Rai

Mangaluru:  The Sangh Parivar better known as Chaddi Parivar said Ramanath Rai  during the  commemoration of the birth anniversaries of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and Chief Minister of Karnataka Devaraj Urs, at the party office here on August 20.

The district minister in-charge Ramanath Rai garlanded the portraits of Rajiv Gandhi and Devaraj Urs.

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 Addressing the party workers Ramanath Rai said that Rajiv Gandhi brought a progressive vision which attracted the youth and women into politics. Rajiv Gandhi is the one who extended the dominance in the political sphere. He also announced the National Policy on Education to modernise and expand higher education in the country.

He further said that because of Devaraj Urs the Zamindar system has been erased. Earlier farmers were treated as bonded labourers, his land reforms which led in erasing the Zamindar system were applauded by the people. Thus the farmers afforded self-respect and a sense of dignity. Devaraj Urs’s land reforms were the first step in equalising land distribution throughout the state. He provided Shelter for migrant workers and electricity in every house in the state.

Devaraj Urs is remembered for his land reformation and lessening the gap between the landlords and bonded labourers.

Rai also said that we need to bring awareness among the people about the good work the Congress party has done.

The Sangh Parivar better called as Chaddi Parivar is spoiling the minds of the youth and indirectly encouraging them to involve in anti-social activities. The BJP is making use of other parties to come to power and later discarding them. We need to join hands and strengthen the party forgetting caste, creed and discrimination.

Chief Whip of Karnataka Legislative Council Ivan D’Souza said that the younger generation does not know that the then Prime minister Rajiv Gandhi had passed the Constitution (Amendment) Bill on December 15, 1988, of lowering the voting age to 18. Devaraj Urs thought of giving a decent life to the poor and the backward class, but some youth in the name of Gau Rakshaks are killing people. If such incidents continue where will it lead the country? We should all raise our voices to eliminate anti-social elements from the society.

MUDA Chairman Ibrahim Kodijal, Sashidhar Hegde and others were also present.

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