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BJP Foundation Day 2021: PM Modi on Foundation Day- ‘BJP is a heart-winning party’



Photo of Narendra Modi shared by @BJP4India[Twitter]
Photo of Narendra Modi shared by @BJP4India[Twitter]

Today is the 41st Foundation Day of the Bharatiya Janata Party. On this special occasion, Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave his views while addressing BJP workers across the country through video conferencing and also expressed his gratitude to the BJP, appreciating the contribution of the workers in making the BJP the largest party in the world.

The program organized on BJP Foundation Day was inaugurated by the party’s national president JP Nadda. After this, Prime Minister Modi while addressing the program said that ‘We also openly respect and respect those who are the biggest opponents of BJP. There is evidence from Bharat Ratna to Padma Awards’. The PM further said that ‘We do not believe in political untouchability which is our values ​​and hence we are proud to build the Statue of Unity dedicated to Sardar Patel and the Panchtirtha for Babasaheb’.


Referring to the removal of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, the PM said that we have been able to fulfill the dream of Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee by doing so. He further paid tribute to senior leaders of BJP and said that ‘I pay tribute to countless great personalities like Dr. Shyamaprasad Mukherjee ji, Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay ji, Atal Bihari Vajpayee ji, Kushabhau Thackeray ji, Rajmata Scindia ji, on behalf of every BJP worker I offer ‘.

Prime Minister Modi appreciated the party’s workers and said that today BJP is the largest party in the world due to the efforts of the workers. He further said that the workers give strength to the party and further increase the strength of the organization by working among the people. Along with his life, conduct and efforts, he continues to work to win the hearts of the people. The Prime Minister further targeted the opposition and said that if the BJP wins the election, it is called the election-winning machine. Those who say so do not understand the maturity of India’s democracy. The truth is that the BJP is not a machine to win elections, but is a party to win the hearts of the country and the countrymen. Prime Minister Modi during his address, while referring to the Central Government’s schemes, said that ‘our government is being evaluated by its delivery system and it is becoming the new motto of the functioning of governments in the country’.

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