A five-member delegation of ruling party of Tanzania calls on BJP National President

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A five-member delegation of the ruling party of Tanzania, Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) visited India from 25th to 31st January, 2023. The delegation was invited as a part of ‘Know BJP’ initiative, which was launched by BJP National President Shri JP Nadda on the 42nd Foundation Day of the Party for the external outreach of BJP.
The delegation was led by Mr. Abdulrahman Omar Kinana, Vice-Chairperson of CCM, and comprised of Mr. Abdullah Mwinyi, MP and member of National Executive Committee Mr. Thadeo Burton Mboma, Head of IT Mr. Msafiri Wilbert Marwa, Private Secretary of the Vice Chairperson Mr. Salum Bakari Suma, Personal Assistant of the Vice Chairperson. The visit aimed to promote party-to-party interaction and make the delegation acquainted with the vision and functioning of the Bharatiya Janata Party.

On 31st January, the delegation called on BJP National President Shri JP Nadda. Shri Nadda explained various aspects of delivering the Party’s message and programs to the booth-level party workers, and about the mechanism of informing people about the welfare schemes of Shri Narendra Modi-led government. They also discussed the different ways to boost the relationship between the two countries including cultural and People to people contacts.

The delegation met Foreign Affairs Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar, Minister of Health and Family Welfare Shri Mansukh Mandaviya and Minister of State for External Affairs Shri V. Muraleedharan .

During their visit to party headquarters, the delegation interacted with BJP National Vice President Shri Baijayant Panda and In-charge of BJP Foreign Affairs Department Shri Vijay Chauthaiwale.

At the end of the visit, Mr. Kinana stated, “We have learnt a lot from the BJP in terms of ideology, orgnisation and in terms of communication with the public, but most importantly that BJP remains the party that is people-centered, that cares about the lives of Indian people and particularly the poor people”.