“At the time of Jan Sangh, we were on the fringes, nobody knew us. Despite this, our workers adhere to nation-building policies. We were miles away from power, but the least of our workers also remained patriotic,” he added. .
BJP to set targets for next 25 years: PM
“We are setting the target for the next 25 years, it is time for the BJP to set targets for the next 25 years while constantly working for the people of India to realize their aspirations and overcome all challenges,” he said. he declares. said.
“India is seen as a country full of aspirations. Now, every Indian citizen wants to see the work done and witness the end result.
He further said that the NDA government will complete its eight years in power this month.
“These years have been dedicated to serving the nation, working for the well-being of the poor and the middle class while ensuring social justice and security and strengthening the empowerment of women,” the Prime Minister said. .
“The BJP sees the reflection of Indian culture in each regional language”
The Prime Minister also spoke on the issue of the language dispute and said that the Saffron Party sees a reflection of Indian culture in each regional language and considers them worthy of worship.
“In recent days, we have seen attempts being made to stir up controversy on the basis of languages. The BJP sees a reflection of Indian culture in every regional language and considers them worthy of worship. importance to each regional language in National Education Policy (NEP),” Prime Minister Modi said.
BJP National Board Members Meeting underway in Jaipur
The meeting of BJP national office members started on Thursday with the meeting of national general secretaries.
Senior party leaders including national office members, state party leaders and organizing secretaries attend the BJP meeting. The meeting is chaired by party leader JP Nadda.
In addition to focusing on organizational matters, preparations for assembly elections to be held this year and next will also be discussed, sources said.
Assembly elections are due to be held in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh later this year and Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Telangana, Tripura, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka, Meghalaya, Mizoram and Nagaland will go at the polls next year.