I will not contest again, but will be in active politics: Prasad

I will not contest again, but will be in active politics: Prasad

Mysuru – Nanjangud BJP candidate former Minister V. Sreenivasa Prasad, who was defeated by Kalale Keshavamurthy of the Congress, told reporters in Mysuru that though ‘Swabhimana’ has lost, it had gained the respect of the people. “People know who is a ‘Swabhimaani’ and I made them realise this,” he said. 

“The defeat will not mean that I will retire from politics. I will be in active politics though I will not be contesting any election,” he said. “Everyone knows what CM Siddharamaiah and the advisor to Home Minister Kempaiah did during the last three days before voting on Apr. 9,” he remarked.

“Congress has distributed money to more than a lakh voters days before the elections and they misused the official machinery to ensure victory. This was evident when Chamarajanagar MP’s Personal Assistant and a Transport Officer were caught red-handed with wads of notes. Congress has created a Guinness Record in corruption,” Prasad added.


April 13, 2017

2 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “I will not contest again, but will be in active politics: Prasad”

  1. Mohammed Khasimi says:

    Great that Mr. Prasad realized that “Congress has created a Guinnes Record in Corruption” only after he was sideline by the CM and failed to win to the election on his. Sorry to note that Mr. Prasad has cultivate this double standard of BJP that if you win “People are happy with Modiji and his development work” and if you lose “It is because of corrupt practice of congress”.

  2. Best for Sri Srinivas Prasad along with sriyuts SMKrishna,JSharif,VMoilly,HVishwanath, JPujari +++ and more senior Nationalist statesmen Politicians from other States to form a new pro-BJP political Party to counter @INCIndia +JDS alliance by something like #INCBharat (= #BharatRashtreeyaSanghatanaParishat ) to align with @BJP4India as #NDA partner

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