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BJP National Executive: ‘Reach Out to Every Section…’, PM Modi’s Message at Top Meet Ahead of Poll Season

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Edited By: Saurabh Verma


Last Updated: January 17, 2023, 21:55 IST

New Delhi, India

PM Modi said the BJP needs to aware the youth between 18-25 years on democratic values. (Photo: PTI)

PM Modi said the BJP needs to aware the youth between 18-25 years on democratic values. (Photo: PTI)

Amit Shah said that BJP is confident of forming the government at the Centre in 2024 under the leadership of PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked BJP members to reach out to every section of society, including minorities such as Bohras, Pasmandas and Sikhs, without electoral considerations, PTI reported citing party sources.

PM Modi’s remarks during his address at the concluding session of the BJP’s national executive meeting at the NDMC Convention Centre in Delhi today.

Nearly 350 leaders from across the country are in the party’s executive body, ranging from PM Narendra Modi to Union ministers, chief ministers and other senior members from various states.

The BJP national executive approved tenure of Jagat Prakash Nadda as party president till June 2024.


On day 1, the meeting mainly focused on India’s G20 presidency this year, BJP’s focus on upcoming state assembly elections in nine states, and a 9-point resolution targeting the opposition parties.

The resolution was moved by Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju, backed by Uttar Pradesh’s Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya, and Karnataka’s State Minister Govind Karjol. Instances where opposition parties have run a negative campaign against the prime minister, were highlighted in the resolution.

Here Are Key Highlights From BJP’s National Executive Meet:

  • The BJP chief, whose tenure was scheduled to end this month, said India stands on the threshold of a historic age, which heralds Amrit Kaal and the foundations of a ‘New India’ is being laid now.
  • Nadda pens a heartfelt note to BJP workers after the BJP national executive extended his tenure as party president.
  • The prime minister also said that India’s best era is coming and “we should dedicate ourselves to its development". “The BJP is no longer merely a political movement but a social movement as well that is working to transform socio-economic conditions," he said.
  • PM Modi asked BJP members to reach out to every section of society, including minorities such as Bohras, Pasmandas and Sikhs, without electoral considerations, PTI reported citing party sources.
  • Fadnavis said PM Modi’s speech was not of a political leader but of a statesman. He kept the nation above the party, the Maharashtra deputy CM added.
  • PM Modi said we will try to bring everyone together. He also said while doing these things, we should not do these things for vote bank but our motive should be to work for all, it is our duty.
  • PM Modi said people under the age group 18-25 have not witnessed the political history of India. They aren’t aware of the corruption and wrong-doings that took place in the previous government. So, they need to be made aware and let them know about the good governance of BJP.
  • PM Modi said chemicals and fertilisers are polluting the environment and added that BJP needs to work in line with the government on natural farming and energy transition.
  • PM Modi reiterated “Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat” pledge and said all our sates should work together and adopt the culture, language and tradition of each other. He gave example of Tamil Sangamam in Varanasi.
  • PM Modi said BJP workers should also work in the nutrition mission to help the mission in aspirational districts.
  • PM Modi said BJP morcha programs should be held in border villages to bring them into the mainstream.

  • PM Modi said during BJP national executive meeting that this is the best time for India and we must work very hard to contribute to the country’s development. He also said that Amrit Kaal should be transformed into Kartavya Kaal then only the country can rapidly move towards progress, according to BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis.

  • Shah lauded Nadda’s leadership, saying he connected the party organisation with the service of people during the COVID-19 outbreak. He also noted that the party won many state assembly polls under Nadda.
  • Shah said that BJP is confident of forming the government at the Centre in 2024 under the leadership of PM Modi. I am confident that under the leadership of PM Modi and Nadda, we will win in 2024 with a margin bigger than 2019, he said.
  • JP Nadda’s tenure as BJP president extended till June 2024. Defence Minister Rajnath singh moved the resolution and everybody approved his tenure extension, Home Minister Amit Shah said.
  • External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Tuesday made a statement on India’s presidency of G20 at the party’s national executive meeting as he asserted that the country’s image has transformed globally in the last nine years of the Narendra Modi-led government. Briefing reporters on the statement made by Jaishankar in the closed-door meeting, BJP vice president Baijayant Jay Panda quoted the minister, saying the world’s view of India has changed in the last nine years.
  • PM Modi is expected to outline the political roadmap for the BJP in the run up to a string of state assembly polls this year and the 2024 Lok Sabha election as the party’s national executive gets underway on its second and last day on Tuesday.
  • On the second day of BJP’s National Executive Meet, Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan talked about India’s achievements in terms of vaccination and managing the pandemic. “We sent Covid vaccines to foreign nations. In 2014, India’s economy was at 10th spot and now it has come to 5th spot. During Covid pandemic we made sure that nobody should remained hungry and distributed grains," he said.
  • On the first day, BJP President JP Nadda exhorted party leaders to make efforts to ensure that it does not lose in any of the nine state polls. He asserted that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government has ensured India’s all-round progress as he expressed confidence of the party’s victory prospects in the polls, including the Lok Sabha election, a PTI report said.
  • Starting from Tripura, Nagaland and Meghalaya, assembly polls are expected to be held in Karnataka followed by Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Mizoram in one go and then in Telangana in 2023.
  • BJP’s National Executive Meet is the first major meeting of the BJP after its landslide victory in Gujarat assembly polls. BJP has been putting in place a number of exercises to strengthen its organisation to ensure that it comes back to power in 2024 at the Centre for a third term.
  • Union minister Kiren Rijiju highlighted several instances in the resolution accusing the opposition parties of running a negative campaign against the party and Prime Minister Modi. Citing such instances, he proposed a 9-point political resolution against the opposition.
  • Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that various topics were discussed during the meeting which included the discussion on the Opposition’s derogatory remarks on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, G20, and Assembly elections.
  • Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said 72,000 booths were marked in 100 Lok Sabha constituencies across the country where BJP was weak and where the party had to reach, an ANI report said.
  • In his nearly 45-minute closed-door address, JP Nadda highlighted the representation to Other Backward Classes, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in the BJP governments in states and the Centre, besides in constitutional positions like governor.
  • India has become the world’s fifth-largest economy, second-largest manufacturer of mobile phones, third-largest manufacturer in the auto sector while the length of highway being built every day has risen to 37 km from 12 km earlier, the party president said.
  • Nadda praised the party’s win in the recent Gujarat assembly polls as “extraordinary and historic", saying winning more than 150 seats in the 182-member assembly is a great achievement.

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first published:January 17, 2023, 07:41 IST
last updated:January 17, 2023, 21:55 IST