BJP National Executive meet begins in Delhi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi PTI File

At the BJP's "extended" national executive meet, the Prime Minister also spoke about the political dominance of the BJP in the country with 13 chief ministers, six deputy chief ministers, 60 Union ministers, 233 state ministers, over 1,387 legislative assembly members and 364 MPs.

Transport minister Nitin Gadkari, who addressed the media on the party's political resolution, accepted there are "teething problems" with GST and demonetization but said, "When big reforms take place, initial problems do crop up, but the government is working on a war footing to resolve it". "So, they won't have any difficulty in covering long distances", said former state BJP vice-president Lakhiram Joshi.

In his inaugural address at the BJP national executive, Shah said the current president, vice president and the prime minister had reached their position due to their work, despite their humble origins. This, he said, reflects the trust reposed in the party by voters and their expectations from its leaders.

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Shah's comment on Gandhi was briefed by Railway and Coal minister Piyush Goyal.

"Democracy must be seen beyond elections", the PM said.

"The main point of the Prime Minister's speech was that we should take BJP beyond elections and make it an instrument of mass participation".

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According to the Newspaper,"That shows he expects us that we again win all the five Lok Sabha seats in 2019."Some BJP leaders though didn't find Shah's directive to cut down the number of the 23 district level organisational units conducive to local conditions".

He said that Congress party's performance amidst all this will be very good and they will create the government. "Harsh language can't be a substitute for any substantive charge", Modi had said at the meet, FM revealed.

Modi may use the opportunity to highlight his government's pro-poor measures and other policy decisions.

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Party sources said the BJP, which runs a coalition government in the disturbed state with the People's Democratic Party (PDP) is keen to rebuild ties with the people in the state even as it sets about plugging channels that sponsor terrorism.

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