A workshop by the Research and Policy Division of National BJP OBC Morcha was organised in Ekatm Bhawan, New Delhi on 14th November, 2022. The workshop was inaugurated by Prof. Pankaj Choudhary, who introduced the session to eminent speakers and guests.
The first session commenced with the enlightening words of BJP Parliamentary Board Member and National President of OBC Morcha Dr. K Laxman. The session revolved around the “Role of BJP OBC Morcha in policy formulation for OBC Community and key achievements of Modi Government for OBC Community in last eight years in all sectors”. In this session, Dr K. Laxman said the Modi government has done various works in the past eight years for the holistic development of the OBC community, which comprises (1) the Establishment of the National Commission for the OBC, (2) the Amendment of 127th Constitutional bill under which states are given the right to add or reserve a caste from the OBC list, and (3) the criteria for creamy layer in OBC were also amended in which their income level was increased from six lakhs to eight lakhs.
He further said it is the first occasion in the past 70 years that 27 Central Ministers are from the OBC community, including five Cabinet Ministers. He said the Modi government has allotted reservations in PSUs, Schools and Colleges and taken several steps for the overall development of the OBC community.
In the second session, BJP Parliamentary Party Office Secretary & National Convener of BJP Publication Department Dr. Shiv Shakti Nath Bakshi shared his views on “Roadmap for action in Policy & Research in OBC Morcha (Manifesto-Outreach-Research-Conduct-Help-Articulate)”.
Dr. Shiv Shakti Nath Bakshi highlighted the work ethics, framework, manifestoes, making of policy and their implementation and execution of research and policy division of BJP OBC Morcha. He told how these policies were beneficial for the ordinary people. Dr. Bakshi urged the Conveners and Co-conveners to introduce these programmes and the welfare schemes of the government to the needy people in their respective states.