Ujjain: BJP’s 2-day training camp concludes

Ujjain: The two-day training camp of BJP’s frontal organisations’ functionaries concluded on Sunday. State president Nandkumar Singh Chauhan was present in the first session of the closing day. Kisan Morcha state president Ranvir Singh Rawat presided over the session.

Addressing the participants, Chauhan said that Gujarat elections have changed country’s politics. Our party has created the record of forming government for the sixth successive time in a state. Today Modi’s popularity is at its peak and the country believes in his style of functioning. BJP’s rule in 19 states is an example of this. We have to give the message of nationalism to every class and every section. “We all are children of Mother India and she does not want anti-nationals to assume power in the country,” he said.

The second session was presided over by backward front president Bhagat Singh Kushwaha. State BJP co-organising secretary Atul Rai addressed the session on topic “our inspiration, our nation’s pride-BJP Mission, nation’s first” and said that Jai is a principle of Bharatmata. It is our culture and Jai is this human desire and many people have given their lives to this principle.

Women Front’s state president Lata Elkar presided over the third session. State training head Arvind Kothekar addressed the session on “Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas” and said that Shivaji Maharaj was the first ruler to talk about everybody’s participation.  The last session was chaired by Minority front state president Sanwar Patel. Addressing the concluding session of the organization, the state organising general secretary Suhas Bhagat said that people are the base of the organization. We have a responsibility towards the organization. We should reach out to people and find whether they have benefitted from the government scheme or not. This assessment should be done by each front.

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