BJP is not a family party, will win the next state polls: Prime Minister Modi at the meeting of the national executive of the party | India News
Addressing the BJP National Executive’s farewell session here, the Prime Minister said the BJP is distinct as it is defined by “sewa, sankalp aur samarpan (service, determination and commitment)” and not “ not revolve around a family ”.
These remarks preceded confrontation with Congress and regional parties like the Samajwadi party and its bitter rival ally Akali Dal in elections in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Goa and Manipur. The prime minister asserted that the BJP will win the election because its workers have remained aligned with the concerns of the people.
The chief ministers and BJP presidents of the states of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Goa and Manipur made presentations on the upcoming parliamentary elections at the meeting.
A similar presentation was made by the chairman of the Punjab unit of the BJP, Ashwani Sharma, who noted that the state organization has been striving to fight in all seats of the assembly in the coming years. polls. Party Secretary General and Union Environment Minister Bhupender Yadav said there are currently no alliance negotiations in the Punjab.
“If the BJP is getting stronger, it is not because of Modi but because of the toil of the committed party workers,” Yadav said, quoting the prime minister in the session.
The executive saw the party adopt a note of confidence on the economy, adopt a combative posture towards farmers and UP CM Yogi Adityanath push forward the political resolution, which confirmed its growing stature in the saffron hierarchy.
“In his speech, Prime Minister Modiji gave a big mantra to the workers of the party that they should become a bridge of faith between the common man and the party, while referring to the history of sustained commitment of the party with the problems close to the common man of the country, ”Yadav said as he briefed the media on the highlights of the Prime Minister’s 50-minute speech, the culmination of the marathon session.
Yadav said the prime minister urged party members to continue working in the spirit of serving the people, which has been at the heart of BJP’s expansion across the country.
Modi referred to the social work done by BJP workers during the Covid-19 pandemic, saying it reflects the party’s commitment to humanity and focuses on service to the people. He expressed his gratitude to the people of the country for giving a “full majority democratic government” through which India has been able to deal with internal and external issues confidently and “won laurels across the world”.
Modi also spoke about a new initiative by Kamal Pushp launched on the Namo app to pay tribute to all the party workers who have dedicated their whole life to the party. He asked party members to be in touch with veteran workers, saying a lot could be learned from them.
Sources said Modi also mentioned the BJP’s victory in Telangana’s indirect votes, its improved performance in the Elenabad assembly by-election in Haryana and the polls of local bodies in Tamil Nadu. , in addition to improving the share of votes in an Andhra poll to say it shows growing acceptance of the party’s development agenda. .