PM Modi gives out 7 point mantra to partymen

Modi in his concluding remarks at the two-day national executive meeting talked about 7S.

Published: 13th June 2016 10:25 PM  |   Last Updated: 14th June 2016 04:44 AM   |  A+A-


Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing 'Parivartan Rally' at Parade Ground in Allahabad on Monday. PTI

Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave out a seven point mantra to his partymen as they party has expanded to huge base, hence had more responsibility.

Stressing on building character, Modi in his concluding remarks at the two-day national executive meeting talked about 7S.  Seva Bhav  (sense of service),  Santulan (balance), Sakaratmak (postivity), Samvaad (dialogue)  Samvedna (sensitivity), Saiyam (patience),  Samanvay (coordination) were the mantra given by  Modi during his speech.

As a word of caution to partymen as expaded base, Modi said, “Country’s people were no longer satisfied by slogans. They worry about how country is getting stronger.”

Talking about the “historic moment” that his party was witnessing, Modi said  Country’s politics was taking a turn. “2014 was an important turn when BJP established itself as a strong party. 2016 has its own significance as two years of government have been completed successfully,” senior leadfer Arun Jaitley said quoting Modi’s speech.

PM Modi said, “We are watching history being made when crores of people worked, now we are getting its fruits. Like people who built the organisation. We are in states and centre we should not power as granted and work for the society’s benefits.”

He asked them not to arrogate themselves to power after the recent electoral sucecssess, but asked them to work for the empowerment of people.

Shah said BJP would now focus on seven states to make party strong in Assam, Kerala, Tamil Naidu,  Odisha, West Bengal, Andhra and Telganana.


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