2017 is the crucial year for BJP: National Executive
Allahabad: The opening session of national executive of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) deliberated upon the Assembly elections in Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab and Himachal Pradesh.
“The party is concerned with the current situation of law and order in Uttar Pradesh. There is no peace and workers of the ruling party are busy in land grabbing. We are sure that BJP will form the government with full majority in the state,” said senior party leader Ravi Shankar Prasad in a press briefing at KP Ground media centre after the national executive meet of day one.
The outcomes of national executive day one:
Party face for Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections
The decision of Chief Ministerial candidate for the 2017 Vidhan Sabha elections in Uttar Pradesh will not be taken in this national executive and its decision will be taken by the central parliamentary board, said Prasad in a media query.
Expressed concern on condition of UP
Party President Amit Shah expressed his concern over the situation of law and order in Uttar Pradesh and said that the exodus of Hindus from Kairana was a serious issue.
- Land grabbing in the state is the major problem.
- There is no peace in the state.
PM Modi has set new standards of democratic accountability
“Prime Minister Narendra Modi has set new standards of democratic accountability by reaching the masses personally and no case of corruption has come to light during the first two years of this government in the Centre, that is why the party is celebrating Vikas Parva across India,” said Prasad.
The government is taking effective decisions quickly.
The government has made it clear that the decisions will be taken by minister and bureaucrats will be accountable for the implementation and execution of the decisions, Prasad maintained.
More than 250 leaders and ministers of the party are engaged in communicating with the audience which is a unique example of public interaction and the government has also maintained a bridge between the development of urban and rural areas which has started to yield fruits, the senior BJP leader said.
Gateway to northeast:
Buoyed with the success of BJP in Assam, the national executive came to a conclusion that the gateway for party has been opened and now the party would stretch its wings in Coromandal states which Orrisa, Andhra Pradesh and others.
The national executive also focused on telling the achievements of the scheme launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and through which he was directly linked. The schemes included Cleanliness movement, Namami Gange, Beti Bachao Beti Padhao and Yoga.
The success of these schemes was credited to Modi himself and dedicated party workers.
- The party expressed happiness on the growth of GDP rate
- The current account deficit came down from 3.8 per cent to 2.5 per cent.
- More than 4.5 lakh toilets have been constructed across India in about 2.5 Lakh Schools.