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Modi asks party workers to reach out to people

According to Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, PM Modi stressed reaching out to all sections of the society without regard for electoral considerations in his address to the BJP national executive meeting at the NDMC in New Delhi.

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New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday asked BJP members to reach out to every section of society and ensure that they dedicate about 400 days to working for society before the Lok Sabha elections in 2024.

According to Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, PM Modi stressed reaching out to all sections of society without regard for electoral considerations in his address to the BJP national executive meeting at the NDMC in New Delhi.

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“Party workers have been advised to conduct some special Morcha programmes, especially in border villages. So that we can connect with them better and our development plans can reach these areas,” Fadnavis explained.

Fadnavis informed that “Prime Minister said we need to inform the youth about the misgovernance of the previous government and how we have now moved from misgovernance to good governance.”

The Prime Minister also said that India’s best era is approaching and we should dedicate ourselves to the nation’s development. 

“The Prime Minister also stated that the same way we made the “Save the Daughter” campaign successful, we will have to run the “Save the Earth” campaign.” “There is a need to reduce the impact of excessive use of fertilisers and chemicals to save Mother Earth,” he said.

“BJP is no longer a mere political movement but also a social movement working to transform socio-economic conditions, and the BJP is now in a position to take forward its social and political programmes on its own,” PM Modi told the party leaders.

“States must work together and share their cultures with each other to promote Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat,” Modi said.

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