Will keep working, won't sit idle, says Modi at BJP's parliamentary party meet
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said he wished to keep working and urged others to do the same too.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said he wished to keep working and urged others to do the same too.
He spoke at the BJP's parliamentary party meeting where he was felicitated over the Bharatiya Janata Party's performance in assembly elections.
A BJP leader who attended the meeting said: "Modiji said he will keep working and asked us to do the same. He said that he will not sit idle and will not let anyone sit idle."
Home Minister Rajnath Singh moved a resolution to congratulate Modi. Subsequently, 'prasad' brought from the Tirupati Balaji temple was distributed.
Asked if the name of the chief minister for Uttar Pradesh was finalised, Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad told reporters: "You need not worry. UP will get a capable Chief Minister."
Various programmes have been planned across the country from 6 April the day when the BJP was formed — to 14 April, the birth anniversary of BR Ambedkar.
"Cleanliness drives and processions to create awareness about BHIM App — a digital payment application — will be held. BJP MPs will also participate in these events," the leader added.
Channi, who replaced Captain Amarinder Singh, also requested the prime minister to withdraw the centre's decision to postpone paddy procurement, which has been delayed in Punjab till 10 October
Expressing anguish over the deaths, Pawar assured the farmers that the entire Opposition is with them and will soon take a call on the future course of action
The senior BJP leader said Congress, which imposed Emergency in the country, has lost the right to pronounce the word democracy, further claiming that the party burnt 10,000 Sikhs alive