JP Nadda: Strengthening BJP in Rajasthan, ensuring Modi’s last mile delivery

On Friday, BJP president JP Nadda at a meeting of his office-bearers set the party’s agenda for the future, saying it would focus on strengthening the organization broadly and ensure last-mile distribution of projects at the center. Speaking at the inaugural session of the meeting here, Nadda also lashed out at the Ashok Gehlot-led Congress government in Rajasthan, saying it had “insulted this land of the brave heart through its misrule”.

“The BJP will play the role of a constructive opposition in the state and ensure that the lotus blossoms in the forthcoming assembly elections,” Nadda said.

Congratulating Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Nadda said his leadership was taking the BJP to the top and all party workers were committed to moving forward on the path shown by him.

“We are grateful that in Kovid’s time, when every political party split and leaders were only seen on Twitter, Prime Minister Modi gave us the mantra of ‘Seva Hai Sangathan’. As a result, BJP workers were among the people to lend a helping hand during the epidemic,” Nadda said. Said.

The veteran leader said the meeting would have four sessions broadly focusing on two aspects – strengthening the organization and the last mile to deliver on the central government’s welfare projects.

He underlined that the team must be a “good device” for the well-being of its citizens.

Discussions on strengthening the party, especially in the weaker polling stations, and visits to the Lok Sabha constituencies where these booths are located, were among the issues to be taken up during the meeting, he said.

The one-day meeting of the BJP, which includes the head of state unit, in-charge, co-in-charge, front chief and organizational general secretary, is being held in Jaipur and is attended by at least 100 party workers.

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