BJP National Executive Meet discusses strategy for Assembly elections 2017

The priority of the BJP National Executive Meet on Saturday was chalking out strategy for upcoming Assembly elections to five states, including UP

BJP National Executive Meet discusses strategy for Assembly elections 2017

The National Executive Meet of BJP, which kicked off on Friday discussed the party strategy for upcoming Assembly elections to five states, including Uttar Pradesh. On Saturday, BJP came up with a resolution hailing the government's note ban drive.

Later Union Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman briefed  media and said, government will use all old notes deposited in banks for welfare and development schemes. Nirmala, added that note ban has helped to curb terrorism and Maoist activities, and put an end to circulation of black money.


She hailed Modi's sops to farmers and housing loans for rural poor and urban middle class as a major step of the government.

Prime Minister Naredra Modi focused on need to bring transparency in political funding at the meet.



BJP leader and Union Law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said, Modi underlined need to make political process more transparent. Modi said, BJP’s priority is to improve the quality of life of the poor and the underprivileged. He appealed the cadres not to worry about lifestyle.



He congratulated the people for their support, though they have to suffer some hardships due to note ban. He claimed that people voluntarily supported demonetisation drive in the country and saluted their inner strength.

Modi said, the courage to fight against the social ills has to come from the inner strength of people.

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