PM Modi addressed BJP workers on BJP foundation Day

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New Delhi, 6/4(AO Bureau): Bharatiya Janata Party is celebrating 41st Foundation Day on Tuesday. On this occasion, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is addressing the workers. He bowed to all the members associated with the party. He congratulated the party members on this occasion. Also, PM Modi also discussed issues related to coronavirus during this period. He said that BJP is a campaign to win the heart of the people, not a machine to win elections. He said, ‘Our government is being evaluated by its delivery system. It is becoming the new motto of the functioning of governments in the country. Despite this, the misfortune is that if the BJP wins the election, then it is called the machine to win the election.

On Tuesday, the PM said, ‘Many congratulations to all of you on BJP Foundation Day. Today 41 years of the party’s glorious journey are being completed. These 41 years are witness to how a party works with service and dedication. During this time, he remembered Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee. He said that ‘BJP has always worked on the mantra of’ Party is bigger than a person ‘and’ Nation is bigger than party ‘. This tradition has continued since Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee and continues till today.

He has asked BJP workers to be vigilant against their opponents. He said that the opponents are provoking people by spreading confusion. BJP workers should be cautious. He said, ‘Today wrong wrongs are made – sometimes with regard to CAA, sometimes with regard to agricultural laws, sometimes with regard to labor law, every BJP worker must understand that there is a well-intentioned politics behind it, this is a big conspiracy. ‘ The PM said that its objective is to create political instability in the country. Therefore, various kinds of rumors are spread in the country, confusion is spread. It is sometimes said that the constitution will be changed. Sometimes it is said that the reservation will be abolished. These are all lies.

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