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No alliance has been intact for so long, says PM Modi as NDA turns 25 | indian news

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in a six-hour meeting with the CM and deputy CM of the BJP-led states, insisted on Sunday that the party should dispel the perception that it does not accommodate regional parties and he is uncomfortable with them.
“BJP has been more focused on regional aspirations, therefore there should not be a perception that it is not comfortable with regional parties. We should deal with regional parties in a way that they understand that we are more concerned with regional sentiments. “, the prime minister found out. have said during the meeting. Modi said that the BJP should take steps to prevent such perceptions. He also suggested that CMs should keep MPs center stage while welfare activities are finalized.
PM Modi’s comments about focusing on regional aspirations were seen as in line with the support the BJP garnered from regional parties such as the YSRCP, JDS, BJD, BSP, Akali Dal and TDP, while heedless of the Congress’s call to isolate the BJP. during the inauguration of the new parliament. building.
Suggesting that chief ministers should keep members of parliament at center stage while development activities are finalized, Modi is known to have told the meeting: “It has often been seen that the views of members of parliament are not take into account, as chief ministers are more concerned with MLAs as they directly care about them. However, CMs need to see that MPs are also equally involved in policy making and implementation.”
Modi also said that the NDA formation would soon be 25 years old and the occasion should be celebrated in grand style. “No alliance has been intact for so long. Therefore, the party should mark the occasion with other alliance partners,” he suggested.
The meeting was part of the BJP’s good governance agenda in which chief ministers share their best practices in governance and implementation of various welfare plans.
“Today I had a constructive meeting with the CMs and deputy CMs of the BJP. We discussed ways to speed up development and ensure the well-being of our citizens. They also shared their valuable knowledge during the meeting,” PM tweeted after the meeting.
A senior party official said the meeting was about overall governance in which chief ministers and deputy CMs shared their views on how they have been executing the party agenda and planning to carry it forward in the future. “CMs shared their views on the last-mile delivery of welfare plans,” the party official said.
BJP National Chairman JP Nadda was present at the meeting. Head of the neighborhood government cell and Rajya Sabha MP Vinay Sahasrabudhe, General Secretary of the party (organization) BL Santhosh and General Secretary Sunil Bansal were the party organization assistants. UP CM Yogi Adityanath, from Haryana Manohar Lal Khattar, Himanta Biswa Sarma from Assam, Shivraj Singh Chouhan from Madhya Pradesh and Pushkar Singh Dhami from Uttarakhand were among those who attended the meeting. Deputy CM of Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis as well as their UP counterparts Keshav Prasad Maurya and Brajesh Pathak were also present.

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