Nitin Gadkari refutes charges of contending for the PM post


Nitin Gadkari, BJP president
Kushinagar, Oct 30: Nitin Gadkari, BJP president said that he was not contending for the Prime Minister's post.

“Recently I was asked whether I was in the race for the Prime Ministership, I flatly denied," said BJP leader.

“All my life I have closely watched some leaders who rose above personal aspirations and dedicated their lives for the cause of the people," said the BJP leader.

Talking about the upcoming UP assembly polls, he said that only dedicated and winnable candidates would be given party tickets.

"I have all the information regarding assembly segments and only winnable candidates and dedicated workers will get the tickets,"Gadkari said.

Calling some politicals parties as "Private Limited Companies", he said that BJP is the only party where the system of working in accord came up.

."It’s not the private limited company of Sonia Gandhi or Mayawati where only one person gives orders and others follow.

“The BJP is a democratic party, a party with a difference and this makes us different from others,"Gadkari said. Taking a dig at BSP supremo Mayawati, he asked parks and gardens, on which Rs 10,000 crore were spent, were being constructed for whom.

“Those who talk about Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar are erecting their own statues and garlanding the same."Probably Mayawati is confident nobody will install her statue,"he said.

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