PM tells BJP MPs to nurse their constituencies in a way that they can retain them in LS election scheduled for 2024
PRIME Minister Narendra Modi called upon BJP MPs on Sunday to shun any negativity and work with a positive mindset so as to win over even those who did not vote for the party. In his address at the concluding session of the two-day training programme for over 380 party lawmakers, he also referred to the next Lok Sabha election, scheduled for 2024, and told them to nurse their constituencies in a way that they can retain them on their strength of their work and conduct, sources said.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi told reporters that Modi asked MPs to not entertain negative thoughts about those who did not vote for them and instead work and conduct themselves in such a way that they are also won over. “You should do the politics of everybody’s welfare. They should be positive and shun any negative thought about those who did not vote for the party. Looking at your work and conduct, they will get closer to you,” he said quoting Modi.
Meanwhile, in a bid to ensure that benefits of various welfare schemes of the Modi Government reach the targeted sections of the society, the ruling BJP’s top brass has asked its ministers to hold monthly dinner meetings with party MPs and update them about the schemes. The BJP had also asked its MPs to carry out ‘padyatra’ to inform voters about welfare schemes of the Government.