BJP launches #5YearChallenge on Twitter: Party leaders, Twitterati cite media reports to highlight Modi govt's progress

The ruling BJP on Friday launched a new Twitter campaign, the #5YearChallenge, to highlight the changes it brought into India during its tenure. The Twitterati, along with BJP leaders, also cited media reports to showcase the change brought about by the Modi government.

FP Staff January 18, 2019 14:33:42 IST
BJP launches #5YearChallenge on Twitter: Party leaders, Twitterati cite media reports to highlight Modi govt's progress
  • The ruling BJP on Friday launched a new Twitter campaign, the #5YearChallenge, to highlight the changes it brought into India during its tenure.

  • The party also launched an attack on the Congress over the various scams and discrepancies that were present during the UPA's rule.

  • The Twitterati, along with BJP leaders, also cited media reports to showcase the change brought about by the Modi government.

Ahead of Lok Sabha polls less than six months away, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party on Friday launched a new Twitter campaign, the #5YearChallenge, to highlight the changes it brought into India during its tenure. Party leaders, along with the national and state BJP Twitter accounts, used cartoons and visuals to emphasise the Narendra Modi-led government's achievements.

Among the schemes mentioned were the National Mission for Clean Ganga (NMCG), Beti Bachao, the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and other infrastructure developments. The saffron party in its Twitter campaign also launched an attack on the Congress over the National Herald and Bofors scams among others.

The party also called out the Congress over the various scams and discrepancies of the UPA's rule:

In addition, the party also shared the achievements of its schemes and other projects:

The Twitterati, along with BJP leaders, also cited media reports to showcase the change brought about by the Modi government:

Updated Date:

also read

Congress should not worry, we won't appropriate any of its current leadership, says Ram Madhav
Politics

Congress should not worry, we won't appropriate any of its current leadership, says Ram Madhav

As he comes out with his latest book, The Hindutva Paradigm, Firstpost talks to him about various issues, including Deendayal Upadhyaya’s Integral Humanism, the recent killings of Kashmiri Pandits in the Valley

From cleaning rivers to langars: BJP's plans to celebrate Narendra Modi's 20 years in public office
India

From cleaning rivers to langars: BJP's plans to celebrate Narendra Modi's 20 years in public office

On 7 October 2001, he was sworn in as Gujarat chief minister for the first time

Why Gandhi siblings’ desperate temple runs fail to strike a chord with masses
Politics

Why Gandhi siblings’ desperate temple runs fail to strike a chord with masses

For all her ‘connect with the people’, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra’s ‘Hinduism’ is even more farcical than Rahul Gandhi’s