With nearly 350 BJP delegates, including members of its top brass like PM Modigathered here on the first day of the national executive meeting, the party announced a series of activities with eyes firmly set on the next round of polls, including all the important elections in the country. Lok Sabha in the year 2024.
With its nationalist plan, the party will start the “Har Ghar Tiranga” (three colors in every house) program to unify the country and also reach out to more than 30 people who benefit from other government programs each other, called “labharthi” in political parlance.
A large portion of “labharthis” has been seen as an important addition to the party’s vote bank, giving it ample electoral rewards.
In his speech at a meeting of party heads, followed by his inauguration speech at the national executive, Nadda criticized the Opposition for “corruption” and nepotism” and alleges that they acted irresponsibly by “misleading” people in matters. such as vaccinations, farm reform laws (now repealed) and surgical attacks on terrorist camps inside Pakistan.
In a statement, the party said Nadda also insisted Modi had worked the most for the integral development of the tribal community and called on the opposition to support the Droupadi Murmu, a tribe, in the polls. presidential opinion. While Murmu was the BJP-led NDA candidate, the Opposition was Yashwant Sinha.
Responding to reporters about Nadda’s speech, Union Minister Smriti Irani said the BJP president said the governments led by his party in the Center and the states have worked to empower people in as opposition parties are trying to ensure that government programs towards a “resilient and revived” India are met with “annihilation”.
“Unfortunately the Opposition has now come against the country while opposing the BJP and the Prime Minister Modi“, he said, according to Irani.
Nadda also sympathizes with party workers in opposition-ruled states such as Kerala and West Bengal, besides Jammu and Kashmir, where militants target political organizations. Irani alleges that BJP members have been “slaughtered” in states like Kerala and West Bengal.
While the BJP is working to empower the poor, the opposition parties are working to empower their own families and are mired in corruption, he said.
Praising Modi for “good governance” for eight years and consistent service for 20 years in public office, Nadda praised his leadership and noted his support during his visits. consecutive detection.
The Party also decided to step up outreach activities and strengthen its organization at the booth level.
Reporter, Vice Chairman of the Party Vasundhara Raje said all important issues and popular political environment will be discussed at the national executive meeting. She said the executive meeting will decide which topics will be considered.
She was answering a question whether discussions were held on Udaipur killing in which one was attacked to death by two men in the middle of a row over comments that insulted BJP spokesman Nupur Sharma about the Prophet Mohammad.
Describing booth workers as the cornerstone of the BJP, Raje said the party decided to have 200 active workers per polling station, have their Whatsapp groups and make the ‘Panna Pramukhs’ more organized.
She added that party outreach and organization activities will be reviewed at the booth level on a regular basis. Modi was present at the national executive meeting that will conclude on Sunday with his speech.
The BJP President credited Modi’s pro-poor welfare policies and programs for helping the party win four recent parliamentary polls, including in Uttar Pradesh, in addition to a series of polls. local polls and voting.
He said, more than 80 people are being given free cereal after the Covid-19 outbreak with the government spending nearly Rs 30,000 on it, and mentioned many other welfare programs such as housing and cooking. gas cylinders for the poor.
India’s economic growth hit more than 8.4% in the last financial year compared to the global average of 6%, and the country’s poverty rate has fallen below 10%, Nadda said. He said India used to be known as a backward and corrupt country, but has now become a strong country under Modi.
The BJP meeting also adopted a resolution on the economy and the government’s “garib kalyan” (pro-poor) measures.
It will adopt on Sunday a political resolution likely to be proposed by Home Secretary Amit Shah and endorsed by Karnataka Ministers Basavaraj Bommai and Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma.