Venkaiah Naidu to BJP members: Party is like 'mother', should never forget her

NDA's vice presidential candidate M Venkaiah Naidu on Tuesday suggested to the BJP workers that the party was like 'mother' and they should never forget her.

PTI July 25, 2017 22:09:15 IST
Venkaiah Naidu to BJP members: Party is like 'mother', should never forget her

New Delhi: NDA's vice presidential candidate M Venkaiah Naidu on Tuesday suggested to the BJP workers that the party was like "mother" and they should never forget her.

"Fondly reminisce days I spent with @BJP4India. My advice to party workers is - The party is like mother & we should never forget our mother," he said in a tweet.

Naidu also met with around 40 BJP central office staff, including drivers, sweepers and telephone operators, at his residence. He also posted a picture of him with the party workers and staff. "Sharing some happy moments as I bid farewell to entire staff of BJP central office right from attendants, drivers, workers & other officials.

"It has been a great experience to work with all of them when I was General Secretary, @BJP4India Party National President and a Minister," Naidu said in a series of tweets.

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