He will work to make BJP the best political party in the world: Nadda
SHIMLA: Jagat Prakash Nadda He received a moving welcome on Wednesday during his first visit to the district of origin of the head of ministers of Himachal Pradesh, Mandi, after being appointed national labor president of the BJP ruler.
Thanking the people of the district for giving them a warm welcome, Nadda He said that love and affection would give him strength and motivation to work with more dedication and commitment to meet the expectations of the millions of workers at the saffron party.
the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) had become the largest party in the world under the leadership of Amit Shah and now he would make sure it became the best party in the world, Nadda said.
There were over a thousand political parties in the country and almost everyone, except the BJP, was controlled by a particular family, he added.
the BJP was the only party, in which ordinary workers could become the prime minister, the party chief and the chief minister, Nadda He said, adding that it was a party with a vision of a new India and without fear of making bold decisions.
Speaking on the occasion, Thakur said Nadda Not only had he brought laurels to the state and his people, but he had also raised the hopes of millions of BJP workers that he would become the best political party in the world.
Former prime minister Shanta kumar expressed hope that the BJP will become an excellent party under Nadda The leadership of Himachal Pradesh and that would create history by re-electing the government of the saffron party in the 2022 state polls.
El jefe estatal de BJP, Satpal Satti, dijo que convocó a celebraciones para todos y cada uno de the trabajadores de la fiesta que Nadda He was promoted to the highest office within the organization due to his dedication and hard work.
The Minister of Irrigation and Public Health, Mahender Singh Thakur, the Minister of Urban Development, Sarveen Chaudhary, the Minister of Industries, Bikram Singh, Vice President Hansraj, parliamentarians and president of the state planning board, Ramesh Dhawala, were also present at the occasion.