17 Feb 2024

BJP National Convention: PM Modi's Vision and 370 Mission

New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party's two-day national convention is underway at Pragati Maidan in Delhi. Addressing the office bearers' meeting at Bharat Mandapam in Pragati Maidan on the first day, PM Modi emphasized the party's goal of securing 370 seats. 

PM urged booth-level workers to strive for an additional 370 votes per booth, stating that the number 370 is not merely numerical but a homage to Dr. Syama Prasad Mukherjee, a stalwart advocate for the removal of Article 370.

In a strategic move to address potential internal disagreements during ticket distribution, Modi declared the party's lotus symbol as the candidate. He encouraged all workers to be proactive in the next 100 days, reaching out to beneficiaries of central government schemes.

New Acronym GYAN

The BJP, in addition to focusing on beneficiaries, will target first-time voters and women. The party introduced a new acronym, GYAN, representing 'Gareeb, Yuva, Annadata, Nari Shakti.' Highlighting the significance of women, BJP General Secretary Vinod Tawade emphasized that they are not just voters but a source of blessings for the government that has worked for their welfare.

PM Modi asserted in his speech that there have been no corruption allegations in the last decade, including his tenure as Gujarat's chief minister. He urged the cadre to convey this message to the people. The party's focus will also include pro-poor programs and showcasing India's rising global stature.

During the convention, the party will pass three political resolutions, including one on the Ram Temple—a journey spanning almost four decades since the initial resolution in Palampur's national executive.

Nadda Highlights Modi Govt's Achievements

BJP President JP Nadda outlined the achievements of the Narendra Modi government, noting that the BJP has become the world's largest political party. He highlighted the party's expansion, with NDA governments in 17 states, 12 of which are BJP-led. Nadda reminisced about the 1989 Palampur convention, where the proposal for the Ram Temple's construction was passed, culminating in the recent consecration of Ram Lalla by the Prime Minister on January 22, 2024.

Nadda praised the Modi government's initiatives, such as providing free ration to 80 crore poor people, lifting 25 crore individuals above the poverty line. He also mentioned the Ayushman Bharat scheme, building over 11 crore toilets, providing tap water to 11 crore houses, and the Nari Shakti Vandan Bill (Women's Reservation).

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