Delhi BJP SC Morcha organized a function on the completion of three years of PM Narendra Modi government. The newly elected councilors in the recently held civic elections were also felicitated at Civic Centre, New Delhi.
Morcha President Mohal Lal Gihara presided over the function in which Delhi BJP President Manoj Tiwari, Pradesh Incharge Shyam Jaju, and NDMC Standing Committee Member Ramesh Kumar addressed the participants.
On this occasion Pradesh President Manoj Tiwari said that PM Narendra Modi’s concept of Sabka Sath Sabka Vikas is inspired by the principles of equality and Antyodaya by Dr. B R Ambedkar and Pt. Deendayal Upadhyay respectively.
He called upon the workers and the SC Morcha office bearers to take the benefits of the schemes started by the Modi government to the last family of the SC (scheduled caste) community.
Shyam Jaju said that as an Indian I am grateful to Modi for giving India a prominent position at international level and also feel indebted to him for initiating welfare works for the neglected people of the country.
Meanwhile, BJP will get about 3,000 new Vistaraks in Delhi who will help in strengthening the party organization. From 23rd June to 6th July, these party Vistaraks shall contact the people of their area in Delhi.
They will work on full time basis for 15 days and in the next phase the party will also develop full time Vistaraks to work for six months and one year.
Photo courtesy: BJP
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