Modi asks BJP sevaks to live and fight for one India

New Delhi, 6/4: Addressing the BJP workers on the party’s 42nd foundation day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked the ‘sevaks’ to live and fight for one India.



Modi recalled those who first walked with ‘oil lamps’ in the Jana Sangha era (the party’s older logo) and then with the ‘lotus’, the party’s symbol.


“Three-four generations gave themselves to the cause of making the party glorious,” he said.


“Today is the fifth day of Navratri. Today we worship Maa Skandamata. We’ve seen that she sits on a lotus throne and holds lotus flowers in both her hands. I pray that her blessings continue to be bestowed upon every citizen and worker of the BJP,” PM Modi said.



Taking a dig at the Opposition, the prime minister said that “dynasty politics is the nation’s biggest enemy”. He claimed that the BJP was the first party to raise voice against dynasty politics.


Lauding the power of double-engine government, Modi said that the people have given a positive verdict to the saffron party in the recently-concluded Assembly elections in four states. He added that the party crossed 100 mark in Rajya Sabha.


The prime minister also recounted the country’s achievement over the last few years. “India is taking a firm stand on global stage,” he said.





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