BBMP Elections 2015: Join Big Bengaluru Fight campaign with RS MP Rajeev Chandrasekhar
Bengaluru, July 1: As BBMP elections are scheduled to be held on Tuesday, July 28, Rajya Sabha MP Rajeev Chandrasekhar has launched a campaign called "Big Bengaluru Fight", ahead of the crucial elections.
With his initiative, Chandrasekhar, the founder of Namma Bengaluru Foundation, has appealed to the citizens of Bengaluru to vote for a clean and transparent government, that they deserve.
Chandrasekhar's noble campaign is aimed at fighting corruption, vested interests and negligence.
Ironically, BBMP elections which is the most important one for our daily lives is the one where least of us vote, with turnouts as low as 40-43%.
What is the #BigBengaluruFight?
- The Big Bengaluru Fight is an effort to empower and partner with the citizens of Bengaluru in a movement to eradicate corruption and make accountable the people, under whom this corruption flourishes.
- It is an effort to clean up city governance and usher in transparency in the functioning of Government.
- The Big Bengaluru Fight seeks the active involvement of Bengalureans in the fight towards reclaiming the city by addressing the key issues- the failure of Government, takeover of planning and development by vested interests at the cost of millions of Bengalureans, the decline of our neighborhoods and to push for reforming and changing the Government and the way agencies work - from exploiting the city to serving the city's citizens.
- The Big Bengaluru Fight seeks to expose city issues and reclaim city governance, through mobilizing like- minded NGOs and engaging citizens by partnering with the media and seeking judicial intervention, if necessary.
Join the initiative now
So, if you are a Bengalurean who is interested in serving the cause of our city, join Rajeev Chandrasekhar, MP & team as a volunteer for your ward, encourage your family, your neighbourhoods, your friends, & other residents to vote & participate in the upcoming BBMP elections.
Re-elected to the Rajya Sabha from Karnataka in April 2012, after being unanimously supported by all political parties, Rajeev Chandrasekhar is an active Independent Member of Parliament from Karnataka.
1/6 #Bengaluru’s governance is presently characterized by poor planning & ths lack of planning is 2 b blamd for all woes,including bad roads— Rajeev Chandrasekhar (@rajeev_mp) July 1, 2015