The National Working Committee of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) met in the capital Delhi. In the meeting, a political proposal was made by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Tamil Nadu BJP chief Annamalai to surround the opposition. Talking to the media about the meeting, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that the political resolution says that between 2004 and 2014, there were a total of 2081 deaths in terrorism-related incidents in Jammu and Kashmir. Whereas from 2014 to September 2021, 239 civilians have lost their lives in Jammu and Kashmir. PM Modi also attended this meeting.
He said that Jammu and Kashmir is moving towards development works. Sitharaman further said that we will stand in support of every BJP worker in West Bengal and work to get them justice in court. The state has seen so much political violence. At the same time, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President JP Nadda said on Sunday that the party has been in power at the Center for the last seven years and it also has governments in many states from east to west and north to south, but still its The peak is yet to come. Discussions were held about the ‘One Ration Card’ scheme and how India’s youth are now creating jobs.
Emphasis on formation of booth committees by December 25
Addressing the National Working Committee meeting, Nadda stressed on further strengthening the organization in Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and Telangana. Senior BJP leader and Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan gave this information while talking to the media. He said that to strengthen the organization, Nadda in his address constituted booth committees in all polling stations by December 25 this year, formation of committees of panna heads across the country by April 2022 and Prime Minister’s Mann Ki Baat program at booth level. But set the goal of arranging listening.
‘BJP’s rise is yet to come’
According to Pradhan, Nadda said, “The rise of the BJP is yet to come.” In his address, Nadda made a special mention of the BJP’s performance in the West Bengal assembly elections and alleged that 53 party workers were killed in the state while one lakh people were displaced in the post-poll violence. Apart from this, in the address, party president JP Nadda mentioned the steps taken by the government like action against the accused of 1984 riots, exclusion of langar from GST.