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Modi attributes poll victory to party workers, team spirit | Arabian Weekly

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Modi attributes poll victory to party workers, team spirit | Arabian Weekly

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi was welcomed in a grand manner by BJP leaders and party workers at the BJP Parliamentary Party meeting on Thursday. This comes after the saffron party won the Assembly elections in three major states — Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan.

As he entered the room, party workers and leaders began chanting, “Modi ji ka swagat hai,” along with a standing ovation from everyone present there. BJP national President JP Nadda also garlanded him as a welcome gesture.

The prime minister’s leadership has been cited as the primary reason behind the party’s thumping win in the three states. In the fourth state — Telangana — the Congress dethroned BRS, however BJP’s vote share and tally improved since the last elections.

While addressing the MPs at the meetings, the prime minister attributed to the saffron party’s victory in the Assembly elections to all the party workers.  He said that this is the result of ‘team spirit’.

This is a win for all the BJP workers, he said, all of them should be hailed and celebrated.

PM Modi asked the MPs and party workers to address him as just Modi and not ‘Modi ji’. “Modi kaha karo, Modi ji na kaha karo. Modi ki guarantee boliye,” he said.

He also asked all the MPs to take go to the constituencies and take part in the Viksit Bharat Yatra and said that the Yatra should be made big and grand.

PM Modi also emphasized on the Vishwakarma Yojana and said that the MPs should take it to every person and in terms of Central schemes as well, MPs should reach out to the common people. To make the Sankalp Yatra successful, all the MPs should contact the workers in their respective areas and also come to the field themselves, the prime minister added.

Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra aims to achieve saturation of government schemes and ensure benefits reach citizens across the country.

Earlier, the prime minister had said that the Yatra aims to learn from the experiences of the existing beneficiaries and also encompass those who have not yet availed the benefits.

The BJP Parliamentary Party includes all its Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha members, and the party generally meets every week during the sessions.

This meeting comes at a crucial time when the BJP is deliberating on the chief ministerial candidate for the newly won states of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh.

The BJP announced that 12 MPs, who have been recently elected to state assemblies will now quit Lok Sabha, amid speculation that they will get new roles in the newly elected state governments in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan.



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