PM Modi Said BJP's Goal Is To Take India From Appeasement To Fulfillment

According to an official statement issued by the party, Modi said, "The situation of the opposition parties is very bad.

Jul 4, 2022 - 18:06
PM Modi Said BJP's Goal Is To Take India From Appeasement To Fulfillment
PM Modi Said BJP's Goal Is To Take India From Appeasement To Fulfillment

Hyderabad. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday called upon the workers of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to learn from the mistakes committed by the long-ruled parties in the country, which are today trying to save their existence. He stressed that the BJP aims to take India from appeasement to gratification. Addressing the concluding session of the Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) National Working Committee meeting, the Prime Minister also called upon the workers to work towards making India "the best" and asked them to exercise restraint, and balance in their behavior. Develop the skills to work in harmony and with coordination. He said, “Only when we do this, our goals – Ek Bharat, Shreshtha Bharat, and Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas, and Sabka Prayas – will be fulfilled.” accused of promoting politics. Modi also asked the workers to take out "Sneh Yatra" and reach out to all sections of society.

According to an official statement issued by the party, Modi said, "The situation of the opposition parties is very bad. We have to learn from their position what are the evils and shortcomings that have brought them so low, away from the public and are going on and on. We have to protect ourselves from those things because we are not working for ourselves but for the motherland. Even in the states which were not in power for decades, there was a party cadre and workers' presence. “Our workers are neither tired nor bowed down nor stopped. In states like West Bengal, Telangana, and Kerala, BJP workers are working tirelessly for the country even in the face of adversity. We are proud of our workers.” Briefing the journalists about the major parts of the Prime Minister’s address, former Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said that it aims to strengthen the affection and coordination in the society by going among the people of different sections of the society. Is. According to Prasad, Modi said, "Our aim should be from P-2 to G-2, that is, people-friendly and good governance should be our entire working method."

Modi said, “We are committed that the children of the poor will not have to go through the kind of life they had to lead earlier without basic facilities and opportunities to grow. Our goal is clear - we have to give a better future to the coming generations than today, a better life than today. And it is difficult for such parties to survive now. Prasad quoted Modi as saying, "The country is completely tired of familyism. The country is also tired of familial parties. It is difficult for such parties to survive now.” The Prime Minister said that the people of India will no longer accept such a mentality. He said, "Since inception, the soul of our party has been the culture of real democracy." Taking a dig at the Congress, Modi said that those who were in power in the country for years were also blind to the plans of the country's interest. Willing to protest. He said, “The public neither listens to them nor accepts them. Just denies. It is a daunting task to pick up the positive amid negativity. The work we did for the empowerment of villages, poor, farmers, Dalits, oppressed, exploited, deprived, tribals, youth, and women, is necessary to reach the public. It is very important to take the efforts we made to eliminate corruption to the people.

Calling to bring the younger generation forward, Modi asked the party workers to contact more and more youth and connect them with the party. Reiterating his message to the workers at the BJP's National Working Committee meeting in Allahabad in 2016, the Prime Minister said that they should have the qualities of service, balance, coordination, positivity, goodwill, and dialogue. During the BJP's National Committee held at Hyderabad International Convention Center here for two days, organizational activities were reviewed and Prime Minister Modi was highly praised for the economic policies of the central government and its good governance. Issues like the controversy arising out of the statement of suspended BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma and the murder of a tailor by Islamic fundamentalists in Udaipur were not discussed during the meeting, but a condolence resolution passed on Saturday did mention the tailor Kanhaiyalal. . Describing Hyderabad as "Bhagyanagar", Modi said that Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel had laid the foundation of an India in Hyderabad, which many attempts were made to break. He said, "Now it is the responsibility of completing the journey of Ek Bharat Se Shreshtha Bharat on the shoulders of BJP." Is. “Our thinking is democratic. Sardar Patel was the leader of the Congress then, but we built the world's largest statue of him 'The Statue of Unity. Our thinking is democratic, that's why when we built the Prime Minister's Museum, we gave place to all the Prime Ministers of the country. Neither laughing nor sarcasm should be done. "We have to learn not to do any of the things they did. With the power of diversity, let us expand the resolve of our organization in the country.

Quoting the Prime Minister, former Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said that while the objective of the BJP is "Sarvajan Hitay and Sarvajan Sukhay", today many opposition parties of the country are not able to come out of dynasty. He said that BJP is getting "many blessings" from women across the country, from the Ujjwala scheme and triple talaq to dozens of programs that that has been run for them, and hence it becomes the duty of the party to keep this commitment to them forever. needed. The Prime Minister also hit out at the parties criticizing the BJP for its democratic character and said, "What is the condition of the people who raise questions on our party. How much democracy is there in their organizational structure? is going to be the President, and in 75 years of independence, this had not happened till today.

Pooja Padiyar Journalist & Wirter