BJP’s national executive meeting: PM Modi asks party workers to become bridge of faith for common man

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November 7

In the BJP’s national executive meeting held on Sunday, PM Narendra Modi gave mantras to the party workers regarding the upcoming elections in five states. The PM said that the party should become a bridge of trust of the common man. He described the service of the public as the biggest worship.

After the meeting, Union Minister Bhupendra Yadav said, the PM gave a motivational mantra and said that the party should become a bridge of trust of the common man. We have progressed through hard work and service to the people. The presidents of five states presented reports regarding the upcoming elections. The PM expressed satisfaction over this.

Outlining the history of the party, the Prime Minister said that the place that BJP has got at the centre today is because the party has always been associated with the common man since its initial days, said Yadav while briefing on Modi’s Ad.

PM Modi said that in the coming times, all the workers will have to walk with faith and belongingness. Referring to the Corona period, in 19 months, the party did excellent service during the epidemic. The workers have created a new culture of service.

Prime Minister said in his address that, ‘BJP not centred around any family, its values are ‘sewa, sankalp, samarpan’.

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