New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday called upon the workers of the BJP to become ‘a bridge of faith’ for the common man, as the National Executive of the party discussed the upcoming polls and presentations were made by chief ministers and party presidents of the poll bound states.
The Prime Minister, in his concluding remarks to the national executive meet, sent a message to party workers to reach out to the common people with government programs and party policies.
“The Prime Minister highlighted the history of the party and said that party has always been on the ground and has worked for the common people. We are not a dynastic party, and we have to carry forward those values,” union minister Bhupendra Yadav said, talking about the message of the Prime Minister.
The Prime Minister said the party workers through their work during the Covid 19 pandemic have given the message that service is the biggest worship.
“The Prime Minister gave the mantra for the future work policy of the party. He said party workers should win the trust of the common man,” Yadav said.
The national executive of the party met in a hybrid meeting here. There were 125 members who attended the meeting physically at the NDMC convention center here, while altogether 342 members out of 346 attended the meet.
The Prime Minister earlier also saw an exhibition put out by the party outside the meeting venue, which highlighted themes like ‘Seva aur Samarpan’, ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’, ‘Vocal for Local’, and ‘Aatmnirbhar Bharat’.