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BJP Parliamentary Party meeting

The first parliamentary party meeting at the new BJP headquarters at 6 Deen Dayal Upadhyay Marg in New Delhi took place on Friday.The meeting was addressed by PM Modi and BJP President Amit Shah.Here’s what transpired at the meeting.

Around a year may still be left for 2019 assembly elections.but BJP is leaving no stone unturned.as far as preparing for the crucial polls is concerned.

The BJP Parliamentary Party meeting. took place at the newly-constructed party office at Deen Dayal Upadhyay Marg in New Delhi on Friday.which was addressed by PM Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah who urged party workers to strengthen the party at the booth level.

PM Modi exhorted party members to forge a strong connect and maintain direct communication with people.He also told them to do everything possible to eliminate the challenges and difficulties faced by the people of the country.and enhance their awareness with regard to various schemes and policies initiated by the government using technology.

BJP Parliamentary Party also decided to carry forward PM’s vision of transforming 115 aspirational districts on the basis of 48 parameters to bring them at par with development.

The party has also decided to observe 14th April as Samajik Nyay Diwas throughout the country in each and every district. On 18th April, Swachh Bharat Diwas is to be celebrated followed by Ujjwala Diwas on 20th April. This will be followed by Panchayati Raj Diwas on 24th April and Swasth Bharat Diwas on 30th April, Kisan Kalyan Diwas on 2nd May and Ajjiwika and Kaushal Vikas Diwas on 5th May.

The aim is to take the success stories of government schemes to the people. This was the first time that the parliamentary party meeting took place at the new office. In the ongoing session of Parliament, not much business has been able to be transacted.owing to continuous disruption by the opposition.on various issues. Opposition is being held responsible for the ruckus in Parliament and the government feels in such a scenario.it’s best to reach the people of the country in a more direct manner.

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