The one-day BJP Office-Bearers Meet was held in Jaipur, Rajasthan on 20 May, 2022. Apart from the BJP Central Office Bearers, the state unit Presidents, In-charges, Co-in-charges, organisational General Secretaries and Morcha Presidents were also present on the occasion.
Addressing the inaugural session of party’s office-bearers meeting, BJP National President Shri JP Nadda on 20 May, 2022 unveiled the broad roadmap for further strengthening the organisation and asked BJP Karyakartas to ensure last-mile delivery of the government’s welfare schemes.
In his remarks Shri Nadda also hit out at the Congress government in Rajasthan alleging that it has defamed this land of Bravehearts, who love peace and prosperity by its misgovernance.
“The BJP will continue to play the role of a constructive opposition and work for ensuring that in the next election the lotus blossoms,” he said.
He also insisted that the party had to become an enabling tool for ensuring people’s welfare.
Meanwhile, at the end of the day-long deliberations, the party issued three formal statements elaborating achievements of eight years of Modi government, victories in recently concluded assembly elections and misgovernance of Ashok Gehlot’s administration in Rajasthan.
Hailing Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, the BJP National President said PM’s leadership has been taking the BJP upwards and all-party workers were committed to move on the path shown by him.
“Whenever there is a need for organisational advice, we always got the leadership of the Prime Minister and his guidance”, he said.
“During the COVID period, all political parties went into isolation and lockdown, and their leaders also just appeared on Twitter. At such a time, PM Shri Modi gave us the mantra of ‘Seva hi Sangathan.’ Inspired by the mantra of Seva Hi Sangathan, every BJP worker walked on the path shown by you”, he said.
He further said the meeting will comprise four sessions broadly focusing on two aspects — strengthening the organisation and last mile delivery of the central government’s welfare schemes. He also underlined that the party had to become a “good device” for the welfare of the citizens.
All Union ministers will visit remotest of areas
BJP National President Shri JP Nadda also informed that deliberations on strengthening the party, especially in weaker polling booths and visit to Lok Sabha constituencies where these booths are located are among the issues that were taken up during the meeting.
Shri Nadda also informed that the party has decided that all Union ministers will visit remotest of areas in the country to connect with people and take their feedback to mark the completion of Modi government’s eight years in office. The programme will commence on May 30 and will continue till June 14.