The BJP is the only ruling party that has acknowledged the contribution of all the prime ministers: Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday stressed that only the BJP has created a museum to honor the contribution of every prime minister in power and asked party MPs to take up various programs as part of “Social Justice Pakhwada” (fortnightly dedication). Towards Social Justice) From the 8th of April Establishment Day.

On April 14, the birthday of BR Ambedkar, the architect of the Constitution, at a meeting of the BJP Parliamentary Party, Modi asked the party MPs to come up with various government programs to reach out to the people, especially the disadvantaged sections of the society like Scheduled Castes. Their welfare.

In his quote, Union Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal told reporters that Modi had asked the MPs to work to spread awareness about the central government’s welfare schemes for housing, nutrition and free grain. With a museum dedicated to all former prime ministers of India inaugurated on April 14, Modi referred to his speech from the Red Fort wall on August 15 where he praised their contributions.

“We have only acknowledged the contribution of the former prime ministers from the party they came from,” said a BJP MP. The BJP has often accused the Congress, which has ruled the country for most of its independence since independence, of ignoring others and glorifying the prime ministers of its ruling Nehru-Gandhi family. “It is basically a democratization of national recognition and a popular expression of gratitude to all our former prime ministers,” said BJP MP Binoy Sahasrabuddhe.

The inauguration of the museum on Ambedkar’s birth anniversary is another testament to the democratic architecture he has recognized in the country, citing Modi’s speech, another party leader said. Modi also mentioned that eminent social reformer Jyotirao also falls on the birth anniversary of the flower on April 11. An exhibition on India’s independence movement was also held at the Ambedkar International Center, the meeting place, where Modi arrived just before his scheduled start.

The Prime Minister asked them to take various measures to help the people during the fortnight. He suggested that MNREGA funds could be used to build the pond, dedicating it to the ongoing ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’. Modi urged MPs, including ministers, to visit the word ‘aspirational district’ for underdeveloped districts and hold programs there. The meeting passed a resolution thanking Modi for extending the ‘Prime Minister’s Poor Welfare Food Scheme’, free grain scheme for another six months.


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