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Amit Shah: Party workers not just election machines

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Published : Jul 16, 2017, 3:37 am IST
Updated : Jul 16, 2017, 3:37 am IST

Mr Shah said that 19 departments and 10 ‘prakalps’ have been formed through which the organisation will function now.

Bharatiya Janata Party President Amit Shah (Photo: AP)
 Bharatiya Janata Party President Amit Shah (Photo: AP)

New Delhi: On the concluding day of the two day ‘pravas’ in the national capital, BJP president Amit Shah said that party workers should not work as election machines for the country but rather work for the national mission of cultural nationalism and Antyodaya.

Mr Shah said that 19 departments and 10 ‘prakalps’ have been formed through which the organisation will function now.

Addressing the office bearers of the newly formed departments and prakalps, Mr Shah stressed upon the importance of the responsibilities given to them. “The responsibilities given to you are not an opportunity of self propagation but a challenge to serve the people. Departments and prakalps will on the one hand serve as a medium to run the organisation in a smooth manner and on the other it will help the people to get the benefits of the policies of the government,” said Mr Shah. Mr Shah explained that keeping in view with the principles of cultural nationalism and ‘Antyodaya’ the change made in the organisational functioning is the resolve of the party. “With this change the party should become an organisation of 11 crore workers whose objective should be filled with socio-cultural and Indian nationalism,” Mr Shah added. BJP national general secretary Mr Ramlal asked the department heads to work for the government schemes.

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