Modi’s Tips to Rajasthan MPs

Published: 31st July 2014 08:48 AM  |   Last Updated: 31st July 2014 08:48 AM   |  A+A-

NEW DELHI: :Modi on Wednesday gave tips to party MPs from Rajasthan on their role in propagating the “bold” decisions taken by his govt and asked them to make use of the social media to “expose the negative propaganda” by the Opposition.

In his second meeting, the PM met 30 MPs from Rajasthan. He had last week met the party MPs from Northern states - Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and J&K.

During the interaction, Modi gave the MPs lessons on their role in making the party and the government active and help in connecting with the commonman more effectively. He told them that confidence has been generated among the common people about the new government and that this confidence should work as an inspiration for the government and the party. Meanwhile, the government started its cadre outreach programme at the BJP headquarters, where a minister will be present everyday to listen to the problems of the party workers.

Cabinet Minister Venkaiah Naidu and Minister of State P Radhakrishnan spent two hours at the party headquarters here listening to party workers’ complaints and took representations from them.

While Minister of State for Food Processing Sanjeev Kumar Balyan will be present at the party office on Thursday, it will be Corporate Affairs Minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s turn on Friday. This move is aimed at increasing the connect between the govt and party workers.

Cong leader Meets Amit Shah

Senior Cong leader from Haryana and RS MP Birender Singh on Wednesday held a closed-door meeting with BJP president Amit Shah. The meeting led to speculation that Singh would be joining the saffron party ahead of the Assembly elections in the state.

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