Youth today believe in work, not promises: Varun Gandhi

Youth today believe in work, not promises: Varun Gandhi
(FILES) In this file picture taken on November 20, 2004 Grandson of late former Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) member Varun Gandhi delivers his speech during a rally to protest against the arrest of Hindu religious leader Jayendra Saraswathi in New Delhi. The grandson of late Indian prime minister Indira Gandhi came under fire on March 17, 2009 for allegedly inciting violence against Muslims in comments that highlighted the country's religious tensions. Varun Gandhi, who is campaigning for next month's general elections, reportedly told a rally that his Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) would "cut the head of Muslims." AFP PHOTO/Tekee TANWAR (Photo credit should read TEKEE TANWAR/AFP/Getty Images)

Sultanpur (UP): BJP leader and local MP Varun Gandhi today said people of the country are fed up with “old political ways” and the youth now believes more in work than promises.

“I am an optimist and believe in doing things which can help people. They (people) are fed up with the old political ways. Today’s youth believe in results rather than mere rhetorics,” he said.

Varun was addressing a gathering here after distributing houses built with MP-LAD (Member of Parliament Local Area Development) funds for the poor, Muslims and backward castes.

“I will continue my resolve of providing houses to the poor and focus on the entire state,” he assured.

Varun said he also wanted to start a website to connect rich and poor so that the former can directly help the latter.

Terming UP as his ‘karambhoomi’, he said he will also concentrate on weavers’ problems soon and solve their issues.