Published On : Thu, Feb 6th, 2014

Gadkari, after provocative speech, resorts to spat with Bharatiya Majdoor Sangh, bites media, too

Nagpur News: Former BJP National President Nitin Gadkari, after his provocative speech while addressing booth level meeting of BJP workers at Reshimbagh ground on February 2, resorted to spat with Bharatiya Majdoor Sangh (BMS) and also did not spare media.

The explosive question — “Why always fight for salaries and bonus” – by Gadkari at the conference of BMS in Reshimbagh Ground triggered an earthquake of which the centre was Dr Hedgewar Smruti Mandir. However, the National General Secretary of BMS Baidnath Rai, while objecting the words of Gadkari, asserted that “Talking is very easy. What have the NDA done for workers?” Rai countered Gadkari and thus paid him in the same coin.

Gadkari also came down heavily on the media. Media has been responsible in a big way for closing down many Cooperative Banks. Quoting a journalist, without naming him, said “In today’s electronic media, monsters are seating. The monsters first try to eat something good. If did not get anything to eat, they eat up even garbage,” said Gadkari while quoting the journalist.

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