On Foundation Day BJP focus on strengthening grassroot workers, Details about Amit Shah’s Maha-Rally
Today is a big day for BJP as April 6 marks the foundation day of Bharatiya Janata Party. On April 6 1980, BJP was founded after the Janta party dissolved. BJP is one of the two major political parties in India along with Congress. This year, the BJP has totally focused on strengthening itself at the grassroot level i.e. on the workers or the karyakartas of the party. The decision to dedicate the foundation day of party to karyakartas was taken at the time when the BJP is in power at the Centre and 21 states.
The party is now ready to focus on new challenges put before them by the rivals. After coming into power at the centre, BJP party is giving its best for the nation. BJP is taking the foundation day as a benchmark to strengthen itself.
It is quite obvious from the ongoing preparations that all the BJP ruled states have devoted their energies on booths. Party flags and BJP hoardings have been put at various places across BJP-ruled states. Bhartiya Janta Party knows that the growth and success of the BJP is because of its workers.
Mumbai’s Maha Rally of Amit Shah
At the Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai, a ‘Maha Rally’ will be organized on this special day. This rally will focus on grassroot workers. This state will work as party’s centre for upcoming elections both at centre and state. The rally will be addressed by Party president Amit Shah and Maharashtra CM Fadnavis. At BKC, he will address the rally at 12 PM. There will be a press conference at 4 pm. After this, he will hold a meeting with legislators from Maharashtra at 5 pm.
This rally will welcome almost three lakh ‘booth level’ workers. In fact, various transportation facilities have been provided for workers for this rally. All Union ministers who hail from Maharashtra will attend the function. For this rally the stay and food for the workers will be provided by the party.