PM Modi on day 2 of main BJP meeting highlights ‘Kartavya Kaal’. What this means?

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The two-day National Executive Assembly of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) ended in the national capital on Tuesday. Addressing the meeting on Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said India’s best era is upon us and all BJP workers should be committed to the country’s development.

“BJP is no longer just a political movement, but a social movement as well,” the The Bharat Express News quoted the prime minister as saying at the all-important rally focused on the grueling election season ahead.

On Tuesday, at the National Executive Assembly, Jagat Prakash Nadda’s term as the National Chairman of the Saffron Party was extended to June 2024. According to sources, the proposal for Nadda’s renewal was mooted by the Union Defense Minister, Rajnath Singh, and it was unanimously agreed. by the members of the National Executive Committee.

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Ahead of the upcoming assembly elections in 2023, which will include key states like Karnataka, Tripura, Meghalaya, Mizoram and Nagaland, the BJP passed a nine-point resolution tabled by Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju at its national executive assembly.

Prime Minister Modi asked party staff to outline more events like Kashi-Tamil Sangamam in the future for strong cultural national unity, sources said.

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Emphasizing programs that bind the nation in one thread, Prime Minister Modi asked party workers to push for more programs like the Kashi-Tamil Sangam so that all states share their culture, civilization and heritage and the country unites. culturally in the one thread of unity.

“PM Modi said at the BJP national executive meeting that this is the best time for India and we should work very hard to contribute to the development of the country. He also said that Amrit Kaal should be transformed into Kartavya Kaal, only then can the country progress quickly,” Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said at a news conference.

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“PM said that young people between the ages of 18 and 25 have not seen any misgovernment from the previous government and how India has now moved from misgovernment to good governance under the current government. So awareness needs to be created among young people, BJP will do it in the coming days,” Fadnavis added.

“We were advised to carry out some special programs from Morchas, especially in border villages. So that we can connect more with them, and our development programs reach these areas,” he added.

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