PM Modi felicitated at Parliamentary Party meeting
- Congratulations to PM Modi for the victory in the assembly elections
- MPs felicitated at parliamentary party meeting
- This is not just Modi's victory, it is the victory of all of us.
After the massive victory of BJP in three states of the country, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan, the BJP Parliamentary Party met in Parliament House today. During this, PM Modi was felicitated for the victory in all three states (PM Modi Felicitated In Parliamentary Board Meeting). In the meeting, PM Modi said that this victory is not the collective victory of Modi alone but of all the workers. During the meeting, PM Modi appealed to MPs to reach out to beneficiaries in their respective areas, inform people about the government's schemes and gear up for the Lok Sabha elections.
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Benefits of working in aspirational districts-PM
In the parliamentary party meeting, PM Modi said that the party has got the benefit of working in aspirational districts, where the party has won about 60 seats. Let us know that MPs of both houses of BJP were present in the meeting. PM Modi said that everyone has worked together. The BJP has a record of 58 per cent of governments repeating in states, while the Congress has only 18 per cent. The PM said that all MPs should go to their areas and contact the beneficiaries and tell people about the schemes of the government. Get ready for the Lok Sabha elections to be held in 2024.
All MPs should join Bharat Sankalp Yatra: PM
PM Modi asked the MPs to join the Vikash Bharat Sankalp Yatra vigorously. We have to build a developed India by 2047. All MPs should take Vishwakarma Yojana to every household. PM Modi said that BJP has got the benefit of working in aspirational districts, winning about <> seats there. The PM told the MPs that this shows that if work is done on the ground, favorable results are achieved.
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