2014 was ‘Vijay-Varsh’ for BJP: Prakash Javadekar at NE meet


Bengaluru: The two-day BJP National Executive meeting in Bengaluru commenced on Friday at Bengaluru in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and party president Amit Shah and BJP general secretary P. Muralidhar. The key issues that will dominate the meet are increasing the party’s base in states with minimal presence and reaching out to the farmers to explain the land bill in detail to communicate the far reaching benefits.

Senior leaders say the two-day conclave will be used to find ways to retain and expand the 17 crore votes the BJP polled in the May 2014 national elections. During the meet Amit Shah praised PM Modi saying that he had provided the country with corruption free 10 months governance.

“We have made huge strides in states where we had a relatively small presence. We will go door to door to discuss our national strategy and ask party members to become party workers. We will also start a training programme for our new members” said BJP leader Prakash Javadekar.

“This is our first meeting as the world’s largest political party and I would like to congratulate millions of workers who have worked very hard towards making this possible. 2014 was Vijay-Varsh (year of victory) for the BJP”, he added.

The BJP will hold nationwide rallies in support of land bill. The first rally will be taken out from Ranchi on May 6.

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