Important to come to power to continue public service: PM Modi to BJP workers

He asked the partymen to reach out to the people and tell them about the works and achievements of his government in the past 10 years.

ByPTI

Published Apr 05, 2024 | 9:01 PM Updated Apr 05, 2024 | 9:02 PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a public meeting at Boppudi in the Chilakaluripeta Assembly Constituency of in Andhra Pradesh on Sunday, 17 March, 2024.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday, 5 April, told BJP workers that to continue doing public service, it is important for the party to come back to power with the blessings of the people.

During his interaction with BJP ‘karyakartas’ from Karnataka via the NaMo App, he said he appreciated that they are “completely involved in campaigning” for the Lok Sabha polls.

“BJP workers are always ready for the service of the people. Your focus is now on preparations for voting on 26 April and 7 May. As a BJP worker, I’m interacting with you,” Modi said.

Noting that 6 April is BJP’s Foundation Day, a day on which party workers strengthen their resolve towards doing public service, he said, “To continue this ‘Maha Yagya of Jan Seva’ (great ritual of public service), coming back to the government and getting the blessings of the people is important.”

He asked the partymen to reach out to the people and tell them about the works and achievements of his government in the past 10 years, to achieve this goal.

Stating that the trust of the people of Karnataka in BJP has continuously increased, the prime minister said, “There is a voice coming from every house — ‘4 June-400 paar’.”

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