Sudhakar Gande: “India needs clean and efficient leaders as MLAs, MPs”



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Sudhakar Gande felicitating Ramachander 


Rama Krishna Sangem

Leading banker and serial entrepreneur Sudhakar Gande has said that India which is emerging as global leader today needs persons with clean image and efficient as MLAs and MPs. “Our country has seen tremendous change on all fronts in the last one decade and is poised to take a big leap in coming years,” said, while addressing a gathering in Malkajgiri, Secunderabad on November 17, Friday.  

Sudhakar Gande, sharing dais with N Ramachander Rao, BJP candidate for Malkajigiri assembly seat in Telangana, extended his support to Rao as he represented value based politics. “There is a need to elect people with clean image and principled politics and commitment to public life,” said Sudhakar at a meeting held at Amogham Banquet Hall, that comes under Malkajgiri assembly constituency.

This is the first time, Sudhakar Gande participated in a meeting related to elections, though this is a non-political meeting where people, mostly intellectuals from different walks of life gathered and debated merit s of choosing right persons for assemblies and parliament. The event was conducted by an NGO Bharat Seva Sahakara Forum, which did a lot of public service during Covid pandemic and enjoys a large number of volunteers.

Gande spoke about his exposure with the fast changing developments in the US and India and pointed out that India at  this stage needs persons with impeccable character and clean record to sit in law making houses so that the growth will be better and faster. He also highlighted the importance of people exercising their voting right without fail. “I used to come to Hyderabad to cast my vote from Mumbai, even for a day’s trip,” said Gande.

Gande, who is also chairman of US India SME Council, a lobby body for small businesses, said that  there are two types of people in the world: One who those who work hard and honestly for the good of all, and those who lazy around and do nothing. Our country if it wants to become a super power, should opt for the first type to which Ramachander Rao belongs to. Gande also praised PM Modi’s policies in making India a growth hub in the world.


I never bothered about money”:  Ramachander Rao

Ramachander Rao told the gathering that he didn’t come into politics for making money. “I am committed to this same ideology for he last four decades, right from student days. I never changed my party or committed any irregularities to get rich overnight.  He thanked Sudhakar Gande for organizing this meeting to sensitize voters on the need to vote and elect the right person as their MLA in Malkajgiri. Rao hoped that he would as MLA this time.

The meeting was attended by Telangana MLC (Teachers Constituency) AVN Reddy, Bharat Seva Sahakar Forum chairman Basavaraj Srinivas, senior BJP leader Gajjala Yoganand, businessmen MNR Gupta, educationist Devaki Vasu, Bharat Seva Sahakar Forum functionary Sudhakar Sharma, senior media person Kappara Prasada Rao and a few others too.

They all spoke about the need to ensure good percentage of voting by early hours, so that their votes will not be rigged by others. Not just voting for the right candidate, but also there is a need to spread a positive word about the right candidate in their respective areas. Close to 300 people participated in the meeting. Gande felicitated Ramachander Rao and others on the occasion. Others including Rao too felicitated Gande.

Rama Krishna Sangem

Ramakrishna chief editor of excel India online magazine and website

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