PM Modi suggests ‘sneh yatra’ of goodwill and harmony



Tribune News Service

Vibha Sharma

Hyderabad, July 3

Addressing the National Executive, Prime Minister Narendra Modi suggested a “sneh yatra” of sadbhavna (goodwill) and samanvay (harmony) to reach out to all sections of the society.

Explaining the meaning of the “sneh yatra”, senior leader Ravi Shankar Prasad said “basically the Prime Minister talked of a new political culture where the political ecosystem transcends beyond battering and goes for coordination and affection”.

“The sneh yatra is also about sadbhavna and samanvay and positive politics,” Prasad said.

Meanwhile, the Prime Minister also asked the Uttar Pradesh state unit to reach out to Dalit Muslims and other minorities on issues related to welfare programmes of the government, according to sources

PM Modi made the suggestion while UP chief Swatantra Dev Singh was speaking about BJP’s victory in recent bypolls to Rampur and Azamgarh, both strongholds of the Samajwadi Party and having sizable Muslim populations, largely backward or Pasmanda.

The Prime Minister asked the leaders to focus on communities which have traditionally not voted for the BJP and non-Hindu backward communities, including Pasmanda Muslims. He told them to establish contact with those who have got or are getting the benefit of government schemes, state leaders said

The PM also said that no one could have imagined that the BJP could have won a constituency like Azamgarh.

The two-day National Executive meet of the BJP concluded today with a call to end politics of appeasement, casteism and dynasty and focus on development oriented and ‘positive’ politics.





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