Unity In Diversity: 1,500 Members Of Sikh Community Join BJP In Presence Of Party President J P Nadda; Video

Unity In Diversity: 1,500 Members Of Sikh Community Join BJP In Presence Of Party President J P Nadda; Video

Virendra Sachdeva welcomed the new party members and highlighted the BJP's aim to secure all seven parliamentary seats in Delhi in the upcoming elections.

ANIUpdated: Saturday, April 27, 2024, 02:52 PM IST
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New Delhi: Several members of the Sikh community joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the presence of the party's National General Secretary Tarun Chugh in Delhi on Saturday. The event was held in the presence of the party's National General Secretary, Tarun Chugh, and was attended by BJP leaders, including Manjinder Singh Sirsa and Delhi BJP President Virendra Sachdeva.

Virendra Sachdeva welcomed the new party members and highlighted the BJP's aim to secure all seven parliamentary seats in Delhi in the upcoming elections.

Statements Given By Virendra Sachdeva

"I humbly welcome all my brothers on behalf of my party. We will win all seven seats in Delhi and fulfill the resolve to make PM Modi the Prime Minister for the third time," Sachdeva said.

Praising the Sikh community, Sachdeva said, "Whenever we talk about the history of the Sikhs, wherever there is bravery, courage, compassion, and kindness, rest assured, there will be a Sikh behind it."

He further emphasized the historical role of the late Guru Gobind Singh.
"Late Guru Gobind Singh, who created and nurtured the Sikhs, had a mission to fight against oppression and tyranny. Their purpose is to cultivate compassion and kindness in society. Today, the entire Sikh community, united under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi, is determined to make India a developed nation, contributing to the country's progress," Sachdeva said.

Sachdeva also lauded the Sikh community for its unwavering support in times of national crisis, stating, "In this courageous group, whenever the nation or society faces a crisis, the Sikh community has always stepped forward to protect and save the entire society."

Statements Given By Manjinder Singh Sirsa

Speaking at the event, Manjinder Singh Sirsa said that the Sikh community members are supporting PM Modi because on one side there's a horrifying 55-year-long period when Sikhs were labeled as terrorists, and on the other side there is PM Modi's governance where those responsible for the Sikh massacres were put in jail.

"People ask me why Sikhs are supporting Modi ji. They are supporting him because, on one hand, there's a horrifying 55-year-long period when Sikhs were labeled as terrorists, when Sikhs were labeled as killers, and when, by using these labels, people gained power and then rewarded those who killed Sikhs by giving them positions of power. But after Modi ji came to power, those who were responsible for the Sikh massacres were put in jail, and those who loved Sikhs, Modi ji embraced them and said, 'Without you, India's culture and India's identity are incomplete.' This is Modi ji's love," Sirsa Said.

Voting for all seven Lok Sabha seats in Delhi is scheduled to take place on May 25, during the sixth phase of the electoral process. The counting for all seven phases of the Lok Sabha polls will be held on June 4, 2024.

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