Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s initiative to light candles or diyas or flash torchlights at 9 pm on Sunday, could be a strategy to mark the ruling BJP’s 40th year, state Congress president Girish Chodankar said on Saturday.
Many Indians shown solidarity and created positive vibes across the country yesterday night. In a speech today noon, PM appreciated and extended wishes to all the people for showing their support with one resolution for one cause. He emphasized on five segments in the speech that include:
1. Ration for poor to be provided by BJP members relentlessly. Also suggested citizens to not let any destitute appear in the society.
2. He alerted every household members to wear the face masks made of cloth and to gift five others too
3. Suggested to show gratitude and insisted to write gratitude letter to any doctor, nurse, bank official and emergency service men to thank them in forthcoming polling booths.
4th. Urged everyone to get Arogya setu app installed on their and also in 40 other members’ phone. With a motto to keep the people updated about their health and also to protect themselves from any corona patients.
5th Urged every BJP member to donate themselves in PM cares fund and also inspire 40 other members to do the same.
Recalling the contribution by the great leaders who struggled to build the party for decades, He said it’s because of them, BJP has been consistently serving the citizens.
We mark our Party’s 40th Anniversary when India is battling COVID-19. I appeal to BJP Karyakartas to follow the set of guidelines from our Party President and assist those in need and reaffirm the importance of social distancing. Let’s make India COVID-19 free,” the Prime Minister tweeted.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) April 6, 2020