- BJP’s two-day national executive meeting began in Hyderabad on Saturday
- Saffron party is currently in hold in Karnataka
- BJP is now planning to expand its influence in southern states
BJP national executive meeting The two-day national executive meeting of the Bharatiya Janata Party began in Hyderabad on Saturday. After its recent victory in Maharashtra, the BJP is now planning to expand its influence in the southern states. At present, the saffron party has a hold in Karnataka. more than 300 leaders, In which Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Chief ministers and deputy chief ministers of 14 NDA-ruled states, national committee members and state party presidents were present for the high-level policy meeting. The meeting comes a day after the Supreme Court sharply criticized BJP’s now-suspended spokesperson Nupur Sharma for controversial remarks against Prophet Mohammad and protests against Agneepath, a short-term recruitment scheme in the armed forces.
Defense minister proposes “garib kalyan sankalp” scheme
Defense Minister Rajnath Singh proposed the proposal for “Garib Kalyan Sankalp” (resolution for the welfare of the poor). His cabinet colleague Piyush Goyal and Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar supported it. Responding to questions about inflation and the continued depreciation of the rupee against the US dollar, Pradhan said the unprecedented crisis was not limited to India as several major economies were suffering from high inflation.
Dharmendra Pradhan louds Agnipath scheme
BJP’s national executive Dharmendra Pradhan praised the Agneepath military recruitment scheme in the Bharatiya Janata Party’s national executive meeting held in Hyderabad on Saturday. On Agipath scheme, 10 lakh jobs have been announced by the opposition and the government in the next 18 months.
he rejected it too Replying to a question, the opposition alleges employment crisis and said that in the last Union Budget, the highest ever allocation for public expenditure was made and the government had made the highest ever capital expenditure. During the covid pandemic. All this is linked to job creation, he said. Social harmony would have been affected if there was a serious crisis, he said, adding that the government had created jobs and took care of the poor.
Telangana BJP president says people are fed up with TRS’s ‘misrule’
BJP Telangana unit president Bandi Sanjay Kumar on Saturday claimed that the people of the state are fed up with the “misrule” of the TRS government and are looking for a change.
He alleged that Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao “runs away” whenever Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits the state, an apparent reference to Rao not welcoming the PM at the airport on Saturday when Modi was attending the BJP’s national executive. reached the city.
Kumar said, “You (Rao) have increased electricity bills, bus charges, property tax and all. People are fed up with your misgovernance. That’s why they are looking for change. We will end your ‘Naya Nizam’ rule. Will give.” told reporters here.
Telangana minister KTR mocks BJP leaders
Making fun of the representatives who came to attend the BJP’s national executive meeting. TRS working president and minister KT Rama Rao has asked them to enjoy the world famous Hyderabadi Dum Biryani and Iranian tea during their stay. The BJP’s NEC began on Saturday with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and several other bigwigs attending the two-day convention.
Rama Rao tweeted last night, “Welcome WhatsApp University to its Executive Council meeting in the beautiful city of Hyderabad. To all Jhumla creatures, don’t forget to enjoy our Dum Biryani and Irani Chai.”