Union Minister Nitin Gadkari on Saturday mentioned the “sanskar” and classes learnt from stalwart leaders of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) helped him reach his political life.
He was writing a e book on the worth system of the RSS and its “karya-paddhati” (working methodology) and the way it can impression company and administration sectors, the senior BJP chief mentioned.
Mr Gadkari was talking on the Yeshwantrao Kelkar Yuva Award program on the 66th nationwide conference of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), the RSS’ pupil wing.
Journalists in India and overseas ask him how he was capable of execute huge infrastructure initiatives efficiently, the union street transport minister mentioned.
“I am neither engineer and techno savvy nor was I a genius or brilliant student. I ask them (journalists) do you know the RSS, its ideology, its style of functioning?” he mentioned.
The minister added that he obtained the chance to work carefully with Sangh leaders of the previous akin to Yeshwantrao Kelkar, Dattopant Thengdi and Bhaurao Deoras, Gadkari mentioned, describing them as “geniuses.”
“The success I achieved is certainly due to the sanskar (lessons on values) received from the ABVP and RSS and these leaders,” he mentioned.
“For the last few months, I am trying to put into book the sanskar and working methodology learned from Yeshwantrao Kelkar, Dattopant Thengdi and Bhaurao Deoras. (On) How can this working methodology can impact the working in corporate and management sectors,” the Union minister mentioned.
Manish Kumar, who’s engaged on natural farming, acquired the Kelkar award at Mr Gadkari’s palms.