Intro : The two days National Executive Meet of the Bharatiya Janata Party in Bengaluru held on April 3 and 4 has focussed on the initiatives taken and future plans of the Government at the Centre for the development on national level.
The two days National Executive Meet in Bengaluru held on April 3 and 4 commended Prime Minister Narendra Modi led National Democratic Alliance Government at the centre for initiating new programs, strong decision making processes and actionable policies.
Nirmala Sitharaman, Union Minister of State for Commerce and Industry (Independent Charge) while briefing the media about the happenings of the meet revealed that discussions on many initiatives of Modi Government in empowering poor people were discussed in detail.
Excerpts from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Speech at the Meet
“The special power point presentation by Ram Madhav ji about Jammu & Kashmir received an ovation from the national leaders as it thrown light on many unknown facts about that region,” said Nirmala Sitharaman. She further added that Modi Government is making significant efforts for transparency in the allocation of natural resources and implementing effective programs for health and sanitation. Programs for welfare of industrial labour, and for employment and skill training for the youth, efforts to increase agriculture incomes and productivity, development of basic infrastructure, Adarsh Gram (Model Village), Smart Cities, Electrification, Digital Connectivity and programs to bring the North Eastern states of our country into the mainstream of development. The government has also taken effective steps to revive the sanctity of places of cultural significance, heritage and national pride.
She alleged that Congress is projecting Modi Government as pro- rich and anti-farmers but in reality Central Government is trying to reach out to the last man in the country.
Emphasising on the future programs, Nirmala Sitharaman said that, “We are considering this year as the year for imbibing and following the philosophy of ‘Antyodaya’ to ensure harmony in our thoughts and actions serving the country. The BJP will start its ‘Mahasampark Abhiyan’ with positive methods to reach all its members. Our focus is not just on becoming the largest Party in the World but in ensuring qualitative improvement in public life and in still in right values in our workers. We will be organising training and orientation sessions to develop and further propagate these democratic values in our workers across the country.” Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways of India, Nitin Gadkari also made a power point presentation at the meet on how the government's controversial land bill is better than the UPA's land acquisition law.
A team of national and state-level leaders of the BJP across the country were at the meet as part of outreach programme on the land bill. —Guru Prasad from Bengaluru