We have to win everyone’s trust in next 100 days, says PM  

In his tribute to Acharya Shri 108 Vidhyasagar Ji Maharaj, PM Modi said his demise has come as a ‘personal loss’ as he used to seek guidance from him…reports Asian Lite News

In a rousing valedictory address to party cadres and leaders on the concluding day of BJP’s National Convention at Delhi’s Bharat Mandapam, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said over the next 100 days, every single member has to make it his or her mission to gain the trust and support of voters ahead of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

After paying glowing tributes to Jain seer Acharya Shri 108 Vidhyasagar Ji Maharaj, who passed away earller on Sunday, PM Modi said, “Over the next 100 days, each and every one of us has to go out and reach out to every new voter, every beneficiary and every community. We have got to win everyone’s trust and support. Our sincere workers stay with the people 24×7 and all through the year, doing something or the other to gain their trust and confidence. However, over the next 100 days, we have to work with renewed enthusiasm and vigour. Today is February 18, and the youths who turn 18 and step into adulthood today will elect the 18th Lok Sabha in a few days from now.”

He stated further that now was the time to realise the dream and vision of a ‘Viksit Bharat’ (developed India).

“The country’s dreams and resolve have got bigger. Our dream and resolution today is to make a Viksit Bharat and the next five years will be crucial to taking our country there. Over the next five years, we have to take a giant leap towards a Viksit Bharat,” he said.

Invoking Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge’s ‘Aab ki baar, 400 par’ gaffe in Parliament during the recent ‘Budget Session’, PM Modi took a dig at the Opposition, saying, “Today, even some leaders in the Opposition are chanting ‘NDA sarkar 400 paar’. However, to take the NDA past 400 in the Lok Sabha elections, the BJP has to cross 370 seats or more in the Upper House.”

In his tribute to Acharya Shri 108 Vidhyasagar Ji Maharaj, PM Modi said his demise has come as a ‘personal loss’ as he used to seek guidance from him.

“Today, I wish to take this opportunity to pay tribute to Acharya Shri 108 Vidhyasagar Ji Maharaj. I was deeply saddened, and, so were his followers, after receiving the news of his demise. For me, this is a personal loss. I had the privilege and good fortune of meeting him and seeking his advice and guidance from time to time. The last time I visited him, the thought of not seeing him again never crossed my mind,” PM Modi said. (ANI)

Nadda to continue as BJP President till June

J.P. Nadda will remain as the BJP National President till June this year, party sources said. Last year, the decision taken in the party’s National Executive meeting to extend Nadda’s tenure was also approved in the National Council meeting held on Sunday.

Last year, the party had decided to extend the tenure of Nadda till June this year in view of Lok Sabha elections. Following the decision of the party’s Parliamentary Board, in the BJP National Executive meeting held in Delhi in January 2023, the proposal to extend the presidential tenure of JP Nadda till June 2024 in view of the Lok Sabha elections was approved, in the party’s National Council meeting.

The BJP National President has also been authorised to take many major decisions in the meeting, which can later be approved by the party’s Parliamentary Board. BJP National General Secretary Sunil Bansal presented a proposal to amend some provisions of the party’s constitution on the second and last day of the national convention meeting, which was unanimously accepted.

Modi meets CMs of BJP-ruled states

Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with the Chief Ministers and Deputy Chief Ministers of BJP-ruled states at Bharat Mandapam in Delhi on Sunday.

PM Modi said that he discussed “ways to further strengthen the growth trajectory of the states” to leverage “a double engine of growth” to build a Viksit Bharat.

“Had an extensive meeting with Chief Ministers and Deputy Chief Ministers of states where @BJP4India is serving in Government. Discussed ways to further strengthen the growth trajectory of the states so that we can leverage double engine of growth to build a Viksit Bharat,” PM Modi posted on X.

BJP national president JP Nadda also attended the meeting where ongoing schemes of the Central and State Governments were discussed.

Meanwhile, PM Modi on Sunday said the past decade at the helm bears testimony to courageous and far-reaching decisions.

Addressing party leaders and supporters on the closing day of the BJP’s National Convention at the state-of-the-art Bharat Mandapam on Sunday, Prime Minister Modi said, “The last 10 years of our government stands testimony to courageous and far-reaching decisions. We resolved tasks that had been pending for centuries. We fulfilled a dream and a wish going back five centurues by building the Ram Temple in Ayodhya. The country, in general, and Jammu and Kashmir in particular, were rid of Article 370 after nearly seven decades. Also, it took us six decadaes after independence to rename ‘Rajpath’ as ‘Kartavya Path’. The demand for ‘One Rank, One Pension’ was also fulfilled after four decades by our government,” PM Modi said.

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