PM Modi interacts with workers on BJP's foundation day

Bablu Saini is seen at his tea stall in Kasba Bonli Rajasthan India

Bablu Saini is seen at his tea stall in Kasba Bonli Rajasthan India

Marking the 38th foundation day of BJP on Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed thousands of booth karyakartas along with 734 district presidents and their respective teams from five Lok Sabha constituencies through the Narendra Modi app via video conferencing. He said, it is party's commitment that it will continue to devote itself towards India's transformation.

"You would have seen that the opposition (to Modi government) is becoming more intense and angrier".

"I look forward to continuing to work with my colleagues in Congress to ensure that the United States and India are able to continue their partnership on peace and security in an uncertain world", Krishnamoorthi said in a statement, adding that it was an honor to meet Modi and discuss the Indo-U.S.

There is a sense of stimulation among the party workers in regard to the direct interaction with the Prime Minister. "BJP is scared and shaken off the Opposition parties including the NDA partners who were joining the Opposition ranks after the realisation of the deceit and hollowness of BJP's promises as in the case of AP", he said. The reason is not that we have made any mistake. The prime minister recalled that Devi, despite her old age, never missed even a single event or programme. "Our way is Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas and we must remain dedicated to this cause".

Modi affirmed that there are two contrasting moods in the two different alliances in India.

"The NDA family is getting "Jeet after Jeet" (victory after victory), which is forcing the other parties to spread "Jhooth after Jhooth" (lies after lies). Their only aim is to defeat Modi, nothing else", said the PM. Amit Shah said Prime Minister Modi has fulfilled "Sabka Sath Sabka Vikas" effectively. "In four years of rule, the BJP has worked tirelessly for the welfare of Dalits, underprivileged, illiterates", he said.

Narrating his vision for "New India" by 2022, Modi urged BJP cadres to redouble their efforts to achieve the target. The Prime Minister opined that having been in the Opposition, the BJP knows what issues the people face and now, having been in Government we should work towards those solutions. Addressing media in Lucknow on the occasion of BJP's sthapna diwas, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman stressed that the government is working hard to make sure that benefits of centre's schemes reach the last man standing in the queue. He requested them to devote themselves towards serving society and impacting the lives of people around them.

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