BJP's success story defined by struggle, sacrifices: Dr Jitendra Singh

The Union Minister said it has been a miraculous journey from the times when the leaders of Congress and other parties “made fun of us and mocked us for being the Karyarkats of BJP. “
The Union Minister said it has been a miraculous journey from the times when the leaders of Congress and other parties “made fun of us and mocked us for being the Karyarkats of BJP. “ Special arrangement

Udhampur: Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh on Sunday said that BJP’s success story is defined by struggle and sacrifice and truly represents the journey of “Sankalp Se Sankhya.”

According to a press note, he was addressing a mammoth public rally, which is possibly the largest political gathering of recent times in this town.

“BJP’s success story is defined by struggle and sacrifice, and truly represents the journey of Sankalp Se Sankhya, which means that for several decades the BJP Karyakartas consistently and untiringly worked with a resolve and determination even when the party had not enough numbers to be in power. But the resolve and determination kept the BJP going and the party was finally also rewarded with numbers enough to come to power in the Centre and in different states one after another.”

Taking a dig at the opposition parties, the critics and those who have recently joined the BJP, Dr Jitendra Singh said,”It is a tribute to the inherent capacity and commitment of BJP Karyakartas that they were organising huge public rallies even in those times when they were nowhere in power and the ruling parties at that time were always at hell bent to sabotage the BJP’s public campaign and programmes.”

The Union Minister said it has been a miraculous journey from the times when the leaders of Congress and other parties “made fun of us and mocked us for being the Karyarkats of BJP. “

They went to the extent of taunting us as Jhanda Danda Party, whereas the same leaders today are ready to join BJP and hold the BJP’s Jhanda because they have realised that BJP is the only truly democratic party of independent India, which gives opportunity to its workers based on merit and not on considerations of dynastic or family lineage,” he said.

Dr Jitendra Singh said under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP has imparted a new political culture based on reaching out to those “who needed us the most and providing opportunity to those who have been deprived, without any appeasement of any section and then leaving it to the wisdom of the common voter to decide whom he should elect or not to elect.”

“ Modi’s pro-poor and welfare schemes have benefitted all sections of society and this even our opponents have began to appreciate although they may not say so openly. Under the presidentship of Amit Shah and now J P Nadda, BJP has become the largest democratic political party of the world because it has succeeded in clearing all the misgivings and misconceptions that were perpetuated about it by the Congress and its allies and finally convincing the common man that this is the only and the only mainstream political party of India, which blends traditions with progress,” he said.

Referring to Udhampur, Dr Jitendra Singh said, it is true with evidence that the development of the last eight years through central funds has surpassed the development of the last 70 years.

He pointed out that for the last three consecutive years, Udhampur has been rated number one in PMGSY road construction by the Central team of the Modi government and said that even if our critics do not trust us, yet at least they should have the modesty of trusting the Assessment Team appointed by the Modi government.

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