bjp: BJP follows ‘justice for all, appeasement to none’ dictum: Union Minister Jitendra Singh

Union minister Jitendra Singh on Sunday said the BJP follows the same fair principle of “justice for all, appeasement of none” and has created a new culture of politics aimed especially at the welfare of the poor and marginalised. has been introduced. Speaking ahead of BJP’s 42nd Foundation Day (Foundation Day) on Wednesday, Singh said his party is working hard to make life easier for all in the country.

Describing the BJP as the only truly democratic party born after the country’s independence in the context of the needs and requirements of contemporary India, he said that it is a matter of research to understand how the BJP started with just two members in the Lok Sabha. 1984 elections, and today the 17th Lok Sabha has 303 members.

Singh, the Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), said this has been possible because the BJP is not just a political party, but an idea that is rooted in the mind of every nationalist Indian and follows a common fair principle. Justice for all, no appeasement”.

He said that as the world’s largest political party, BJP has proven Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s work culture of full time devotion with complete honesty and round the clock dedication to work for the underprivileged.

The minister said that inspired by Modi, the BJP has indeed introduced a new political culture in India, which other political parties are trying to emulate for their very existence.

The BJP was founded in 1980 by leaders of the erstwhile Jana Sangh, which merged with the Janata Party in 1977 – a group of several anti-Congress parties.

Singh said that at the first BJP session held on 6 April 1980, former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee had predicted that a day would come when the ‘lotus’ (BJP’s election symbol) would bloom, and Modi fulfilled this prediction when he was in 2014. He became the Prime Minister of the first government formed by the BJP on its own after winning 282 seats in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.

One of the founders of the Bharatiya Jana Sangh, Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay, gave the concept of integral humanism and ‘Antyodaya’, but it is Modi, who is the longest-serving head of government for over 20 years, first as a chief minister. and then as Prime Minister, who successfully launched pro-people schemes and programs that ensure that benefits reach the last person, Singh said.

He said that schemes like Ujjwala, PM Awas Yojana and Izzat-Ghar toilets for women have not only touched the inner strings of underprivileged Indians, but have also contributed to Modi’s stature and popularity with every passing day.

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