Stick to issues of development, pro-poor policies: PM Modi to BJP members ahead of LS polls

He asserted that capturing 370 seats will be a true monument to the party’s major ideology Syama Prasad Mookerjee. On Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi advised members of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to frame the party’s Lok Sabha election campaign around the party’s work advocating for the poor, as well as the development and enhanced status of the country in the global community.

A staunch opponent of Article 370, which provided Jammu and Kashmir with unique powers, Mookerjee was a staunch opponent of the law. It was in August of 2019 when the Modi government decided to repeal the article.

He stated that every booth worker should now focus on voting booths and guarantee that the party receives at least 370 more votes at each polling booth in the future elections than they did in 2019. He made this statement while addressing a meeting of the national office-bearers of the BJP, which took place before to the beginning of the convention of the party.


Vinod Tawde, the General Secretary of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), provided reporters with a briefing on Modi’s speech. He stated that the prime minister told the meeting that the opposition will bring up “unnecessary and emotional issues” during the elections, but that party members should focus on issues pertaining to development, policies that are beneficial to the poor, and the rising global standing of the country.

As of February 25, Tawde stated that the party will initiate a campaign with the purpose of reaching out to individuals who have benefited from a variety of central government programs.

On the other hand, Modi mentioned that he has been the leader of a government for about 23 years, including more than 12 years as the chief minister of Gujarat, and that there have been no allegations of corruption against him.

He stated in his briefing that it has been a “aarop mukt” and a “vikas yukt” period, pointing out that there has never been a situation in which someone has served for such a long period of time without attracting any kind of taint.


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