Scathing remark on Congress end of dynasty politics and hardwork been rewarded, PM Modi pumps up BJP for the 2019 elections
Source :NewsBharati   Date :18-May-2018

New Delhi, May 18: Gearing up for the 2019 elections, the Bhartiya Janata Party has set the stage ready. Going by their protocol to offer the best and better beneficiaries to the masses the party has stood firm on their words of bringing Acche Din for the people of the country. Setting up the tone for the 2019 general elections, for BJP governance means Nation first and service to the people.

 

Addressing the concluding session of combined national executives of all Morchas of BJP in New Delhi last evening, PM Narendra Modi said, the people are extending support to the BJP and politics of hard labour. The Prime Minister appealed the members of the Morchas to work towards strengthening the organisational base of the party and connect the people through their constructive works.

 

Scathing remark at the opposition party, PM Modi said, “Dynasty politics has ended and leaders trying to win over the masses with their hard work are being rewarded. Our aim is not family first, which may be the goal of other parties, but nation first,” distinguishing between ‘parivarwaad’ (dynasty) and ‘parishramwaad’ (hardwork).

PM Modi talking to the members asked them to connect people, especially first-time voters, to the party’s ideology and inform them about his government’s schemes centred on women, farmers and the poor among others ahead of the next Lok Sabha polls.

In the last four years of Modi regime, various government welfare schemes have benefited over 22 crore people across the country, according to BJP president Amit Shah. Now, in a run up to the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP will reach out to these beneficiaries to win them over as potential voters. Addressing the session BJP President Amit Shah set up task for various morchas (frontal organisations) of the party to complete the work in the next one year.

Dedicating their work for the people, party has dedicated morchas for groups like youth, women, farmers, OBCs, dalits, minorities, tribals. Addressing a meeting of these morchas, Shah gave them three tasks which focus on to enroll new voters, engage with intellectuals at various levels and reach out to people at the booth level.

The meeting of all BJP morchas is seen as an attempt by the party top brass to galvanize its rank and file in preparation for the general elections, which are less than a year away. As Modi government completes four years, the BJP will launch several programmes to highlight the achievements of the government.