BJP is continuously taking forward the idea of Nation First – Nagendra Tripathi

Ranchi: A two-day assembly extension training class organized by the state BJP concluded.

In the residential training class held on 30th November and 1st December, detailed information about the organizational work was given to the evangelists.

While addressing the closing session, Regional Organization General Secretary Nagendra Tripathi talked about the development journey from Jan Sangh to BJP, Integral Humanism and resolutions of Antyodaya, BJP government.

He throwed light on the welfare schemes.

Tripathi said that the ideas of nation first are included in the development journey from Jan Sangh to BJP.

Which the party has been realizing since the Jan Sangh period.

He said that to protect the unity and integrity of the nation, the first sacrifice in independent India was made by the founder of the party, Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee against the two constitutions implemented in Jammu and Kashmir, two heads and two marks.

That lakhs of workers struggled to protect democracy against the Emergency but did not compromise on ideas.

Said that after Jan Sangh, our Panch Nishthas are inspiring crores of workers in the journey of BJP.

Said that BJP is committed to cultural nationalism in which India is a thousand years old nation.

We have a glorious cultural heritage.

Under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India’s cultural pride is being re-established.

He said that today, realizing the resolve of Antyodaya, the Modi government is dedicated to the welfare of the poor.

Be it Jan Dhan Account, construction of toilets, Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, distribution of free food grains, Ayushman Card, all these works are being completed by Antyodaya.

He said that BJP is not only the largest political party in the world but our reach has reached everyone. It is a touchy, all-pervasive, all-inclusive and all-embracing organization.

The BJP government is engaged in accelerating Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas.

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