BJP Foundation Day: Party brought new hope for country, says PM

Bablu Saini is seen at his tea stall in Kasba Bonli Rajasthan India

Bablu Saini is seen at his tea stall in Kasba Bonli Rajasthan India

Screengrab of PM Modi's video interaction with Karyakartas on the 38th BJP foundation day. The BJP is the party of "a New India" and his party "believes in India's diversity, its unique culture and the strengths of 125 crore Indians", he said. He said, it is party's commitment that it will continue to devote itself towards India's transformation.

"When we were elected to the Parliament and heard your speech that this Government is of the poor, Dalits and deprived, we were happy that you will pass the reservation in promotion bill for the direct benefit of the downtrodden Dalits".

"It is due to this that an atmosphere of violent opposition against the BJP is being created", he said while asking party workers not to fall in the opposition's trap of divisive agenda.

Ridiculing the decision of the BJP members of not taking the salary for 23 days of the session which ended on Friday, the opposition party said that by doing so the ruling party was only shirking off their responsibility. 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. Truth will always triumph.

Modi affirmed that there are two contrasting moods in the two different alliances in India. "Their only aim is to defeat Modi, nothing else", said the PM. Calling it an honor to meet Modi to discuss the further strengthening of the "special relationship", Krishnamoorthi described India as the "linchpin of security" in the Indo-Pacific region, which the Trump administration has made one of its foreign policy priorities.

Modi thanked the party's "karyakartas" for their efforts to make the BJP reach from "Shunya" to "Shikhar". In a letter written to PM Modi, Singh has talked about the agony and despair of the community in country during the last four years of BJP rule. The Prime Minister opined that having been in the Opposition, the BJP knows what issues the people face and now, having been in Government we should work towards those solutions.

Modi used digital application - NarendraModi App - for the interaction, during which he appealed the party workers to refrain from using offensive language.

"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". He cited the example of the good work being done in the New Delhi Parliamentary seat, where awareness on waste to health and public health is being spread.

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