PM Modi to interact with workers on BJP's 38th foundation day

PM Modi to interact with workers on BJP's 38th foundation day

PM Modi to interact with workers on BJP's 38th foundation day

On the occasion of Bharatiya Janata Party's 38th foundation day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday asked his party's MPs to spend at least two nights in the villages having a major Dalit population in a bid to "restore" the faith of the community in the party. Addressing through video conferencing, Mr Modi said, the BJP is a party which is completely driven by democratic rules.He said, there is no dynasty and casteism in the party. We are a Party that believes in India's diversity, our unique culture and, above all, the strengths of 125 crore Indians!

"You would have seen that the opposition (to Modi government) is becoming more intense and angrier".

The Congress leader said the BJP design to stage dharnas with NDA MPs and a call for a protest had further exposed the ulterior designs of the BJP to gain political advantage as numerous NDA front partners were wary of BJP's mindset against small parties in parliament.

"The Prime Minister asked all party MPs to spend two nights in villages between April 14 (the birth anniversary of BR Ambedkar) and May 5". "BJP is scared and shaken off the Opposition parties including the NDA partners who were joining the Opposition ranks after the realisation of the deceit and hollowness of BJP's promises as in the case of AP", he said. It is not because we made a mistake. The Telugu industry is ready to come over to Delhi to request Prime Minister Narendra Modi to sympathetically consider the demand for SCS. Sometimes, it also takes a violent turn. "Casteist comments were being hurled at them", Dohre said, demanding action against police. Recalling the foundation of the BJP, Modi said: "BJP was born Mumbai in extremely tough circumstances".

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Neither the prime minister nor the BJP has reacted to the letter of Singh which is now widely shared all across. She wanted the Prime Minister to share Mantras with the BJP workers, whom she called Election Warriors, just like the Prime Minister did for Exam Warriors.

Narrating his vision for "New India" by 2022, Modi urged BJP cadres to redouble their efforts to achieve the target.

"Ours is a Government fully dedicated to the poor and this is also seen in the working of the various state governments of the BJP".

"The NDA family is getting "Jeet after Jeet" (victory after victory), which is forcing the other parties to spread "Jhooth after Jhooth" (lies after lies)".

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