Modi- Rockstar for Indian youth India will see a transformation when Modi becomes PM “Narendra Modi has captured the imagination of the Indian youth, his ideas and vision will transform India” said Shri AnanthKumar, MP from Bangalore South and National General Secretary of the BJP. He was speaking at a youth and student interaction programme organized by the BJP Yuva Morcha. The event featured an open-mic discussion with young people from across the city on the theme ‘India of my dreams’. Attendees included BJYM campus ambassadors from across the city. Shri AnanthKumar along with Gujarat’s youngest MLA Harsh Sanghavi spoke to a 300 strong crowd and initiated discussion on how to build a strong, prosperous, united India. AnanthKumar raised alarm over the mishandling of the country by the UPA Government. We cited statistics to show the abysmal performance of the UPA in job creation. “While the NDA Government under Vajpayeeji created almost 60 million jobs in a mere 6 years, the UPA Government has failed to create even 15million new jobs in its 10 years. You have given Congress party 60 years, give the Narendra Modi led BJP just 60 months and we will create ample new jobs.” He also criticized the UPA Government for its failures in containing price rise of essential commodities, weak stand with Pakistan and lack of clear strategy for the development of the youth. Instead he drew the attention of audience towards the successes in Gujarat under Narendra Modi. “Modiji has transformed Gujarat in to a model state so much so that even the UN has been giving accolades to his success”. Shri AnanthKumar also inaugurated a Namo Chai Point at the venue. “BJP is the only party, which can give rise to such an extraordinary leader coming from very ordinary circumstances. We are going to make this chaiwala our PM and transform India in the next decade.” Also present at the event was BJYM National Vice-President Madhukeshwar Desai. President Muniraju, General Secretary Raghavedra and State Secretary Tejasvi Surya represented BJYM Karnataka.