Published On : Tue, Apr 8th, 2014

Personify the vision of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar: Veer Singh


Nagpur News : ‘Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar envisioned a secular society and therefore wanted to create brotherhood amongst the backward classes. He dreamed a prime minster from backward classes and governance by humanitarian policies. It is all of our responsibility to fulfill his dream’, opined All India Gen. Sec. of BSP and Rajya Sabha MP Adv. Veer Singh.

Adv. Veer Singh was addressing as a Keynote speaker in hugely attended public meetings of BSP candidate for Nagpur region Dr. Mohan Gaikwad at Bhende layout of Swawlambi Nagar, Chandramani Nagar and BSP candidate of Ramtek Kiran Patankar.

State Vice President Krushnaji Bele, District President Vishwas Raut, Pandurang Hiwarkar, Chayatai Kuradkar, Pradeep Padole, Milind Bansod, Anand Somkuwar, Uttam Shewde, Navneet Dhadade, Pankaj Taksande, Sagar Warharade, Corporator Kishor Gajbhiye, Satyabhama Lokhande, Ajay Dange, Ranjana Dhore, Usha Bhauddha, Adv. Rahul Telang, Nagorao Jaikar, Ravi Shende, Surekha Dongre, Sadanand Jamgade, District In-charge Jitendra Mhaiskar, Vivek Hadke, Suresh Manwatkar, Rajesh Borkar, Krishna Bodalkhande shared the dais.


Adv. Veer Singh alleged that ‘The economic policies of BJP and Congress are to grant riches to the rich and poverty to the poor. Inflation has hit the skies. The prices of Petrol and Diesel rise every day. There is an increase in the suicide of farmers. Crime and Corruption is also increasing. The demand of separate statehood of Vidarbha still exists and the established Government is against such demand. At such times of distress, BSP will rise as a Balance of Power and fulfill the demand of separate Vidarbha’.

“The youth of Nagpur have accepted me as the ‘Pioneer of Change’ and I will stand true to their expectations. Provide me a chance and witness development of the city within a year or I shall resign”, roared Dr. Gaikwad. Speaking in the Ramtek Loksabha Kiran Patankar appealed “BHIMRAJ lane ke liye BHIMRAO ki beti (Kiran) ko vijayi kare”.

All these public meetings recorded huge attendance in thousands.