New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has been vigorously engaged in the construction of party offices in all the district and state headquarters across the country for the last several years. Former BJP National President Amit Shah started this campaign in mission mode, which is being implemented by the present National President. JP Nadda are also increasing vigorously. But how did this mega plan to build offices across the country start? Who suggested and to whom was it suggested to build a magnificent office with all facilities for the party in every district of the country? This was disclosed by BJP National President JP Nadda himself on Monday.
Addressing party leaders after inaugurating the newly built state-of-the-art party office in Kohima, Nagaland through video conferencing, Nadda revealed that the suggestion to have a party office in every district across the country was made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2014. BJP’s then national president Amit Shah in a program organized at 11, Ashok Road (old national office of BJP). As per the suggestion of the Prime Minister, Amit Shah made a mega plan to set up party offices across the country.
Nadda further informed that the party had planned to construct a total of 512 offices in districts and state headquarters across the country under this mega plan, out of which construction of 237 offices has been completed and construction of 153 offices is underway. He said that the newly built stately party office at Kohima in Nagaland which he inaugurated today is the 237th office of the party being inaugurated.
Addressing the program, JP Nadda also mentioned the public welfare schemes and achievements of the Modi government, describing the BJP as an ideology and cadre-based party. Referring to the various peace agreements and the steps taken by the Modi government to establish peace in the entire North East states including Nagaland, he also appealed to the people of Nagaland to join the BJP in maximum numbers for the development and prosperity of the state. appealed.
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