New Delhi: BJP President J.P Nadda has called upon the Party leaders and workers to leave no stone unturned to ensure BJP’S victory in the upcoming assembly elections in nine States this year.
Senior BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad in a press conference spelt out what was discussed in the national executive meeting on Monday.
At the meeting, BJP chief JP Nadda outlined that the party has to fight nine Assembly elections this year and that it should not even lose one of these.
Nadda in his address also talked about the Panch Pran given by the Prime Minister which includes freedom from traces of the colonial past, holding pride in the tradition of India, commitment to making a developed India, unity in diversity, and making citizens responsible towards the nation.
He also highlighted the work culture of New India citing the example of the COVID vaccination programme which provided over 220 crore doses.
The Party president also remarked that India has become the fifth-largest economy in the world by surpassing the UK.
Ravi Shankar Prasad also informed that Nadda said, it is for the first time that the President of India has come from a tribal community adding that the BJP has given respect to deprived sections of the society.
“BJP president said 2023 is very important. We have to fight and win nine state elections this year and then general elections in 2024,” Ravi Shankar Prasad said.
“The prime minister had said that we have to strengthen booths where we are weak. 72,000 such booths had been identified earlier. Today, the BJP president said that 1.30 lakh booths had in fact been strengthened,” he added.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP president JP Nadda, several Union ministers and chief ministers of the party-ruled states were part of the meeting.