“I am New India” Innovation and Youth campaign organized at JNU addressed by Ms. Poonam Mahajan

A new India is emerging, which is being powered by the strength & skills of 125 crore Indians. This India stands for development.: PM Modi

When we mark 75 years of freedom in 2022, we should have made an India that will make Gandhi Ji, Sardar Patel & Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar proud : PM Narendra Modi

Taking this dream campaign of PM Modi further, today Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha National President Smt  Poonam Mahajan, MP (Lok Sabha) Today, addressed the Youth at a Seminar organised at the Jawahar Lal Nehru University (JNU) Campus  to mark Shaheedee Diwas- March 23rd when three youth icons – Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev – sacrificed their lives for the nation, Bharatiya Janta Yuva Morcha under the leadership of Smt. Poonam Mahajan is taking the concept of “I am New India”(#IamNewIndia) to the students and youth. The first in line is an event organised by BJYM on ““New India” Innovation and Youth” at Jawaharlal Nehru University.

Taking forward the “I am New India” campaign initiated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Smt. Poonam Mahajan said, India is growing under the leadership of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi Ji. Dream schemes of Modi Government, be it “Make in India or start Up India, the focus population is the Youth. Prime Minister has high hopes of the Youth of India. It is the start of development of “New India” for the Youth.

“I am New India” campaign is about the aspirations of the youth in building a strong and inclusive India. The Prime Minister, while launching this campaign said that a new India was rising. “A new India of the dreams of its Yuva Shakti is taking shape. A new India that fulfils aspirations of its Nari Shakti is taking shape. A new India about giving opportunities to the poor is taking shape.”

The campaign, on Narendra Modi App, presents for youth a choice of 9 pledges ranging from women led development, drug free India, environment, job creation etc. Bharatiya Janta Yuva Morcha, in this event, focused on the pledge to “stand for an India of Shanti, Ekta and Sadbhavana” that asks for people to pledge to be part of the New India, powered by the strength of 125 crore Indians away from any form of exploitation and to build a strong, prosperous and inclusive India by 2022.

Speaking on the occasion, Smt. Poonam Mahajan said, “It is great to know that such seminar of “Making New India“ is happening at the same place where the slogans of “Breaking India” were raised. He congratulated the organisers of the event.

The event was well received and attended. Other speakers at the event were Dr. Shiv Shakti Bakshi (National in-charge, Publication and Journal Dept., BJP) and Dr. Dhananjay Singh (assistant Professor, JNU)


UP CM Yogi Adityanath meets PM Modi

Newly appointed Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath paid a visit to the capital New Delhi for the first time since assuming his post.

Adityanath met President Pranab Mukherjee at Rashtrapati Bhawan and also had a meeting with Prime Minsiter Narendra Modi with whom he discussed numerous matters. UP CM was also seen in Lok Sabha.

Speaking in the lower house, he the support of all in UP’s journey of progress and reiterated his government’s commitment to law and order and good governance.

Adityanath Yogi also met BJP chief Amit Shah with whom it is believed he discussed distribution of portfolios along with the roadmap for the state government. Shah has already been quoted as saying that preparations for 2019 have begun and UP in this context is important as the party had won 73 of the 80 seats here in the last Lok Sabha elections.

He also met Union Urban Development Minister Venkaiah Naidu who advised him to fast-track urban development in UP and utilise grant of 11,000 crore rupees made to the state recently under AMRUT scheme.

Earlier CM Yogi had met the Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, Home Minister Rajnath Singh as well as External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj.

In his 20 minute meeting with HM Rajnath Singh who has also served as UP CM, the conversation centred around a number of matters even as the HM extended his greetings to the newly appointed government in the state.

As of now it is clear that the Yogi govt. wants to leave no stone unturned to fulfill the promises made to the people during the polls. From his first day in office announcement of commitment to transparent governance and an efficient law and order system it is clear this govt. means business.

CM Adityanath Yogi’s Delhi visit gains also significance as all eyes are on the distribution of portfolios which is on the cards soon as also the first indications of how the many election promises will be implemented.

PM Modi chairs BJP Parliamentary party meet

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday advised party MPs at BJP’s Parliamentary Party meeting to attend Parliament regularly on the back of instances of poor attendance of MPs in both Houses of Parliament.

He also called upon BJP workers to celebrate party’s Foundation Day on 6th April across the nation and asked them to generate awareness on GST among people.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has always been specially vigilant when it comes to attendance in Parliament. He has always been firm in his instructions to BJP members of the house to participate enthusiastically in proceedings.

The decision to celebrate the BJP’s Foundation day on April 6 across the country was also fleshed out. A Seminar of primary members of Gram Panchayats will be organised on that occasion.

It was also decided that the Bhimrao Ambedkar Jayanti celebrations on 14th April would include a special awareness program for the BHIM app. It will be participated in by all BJP members and MLAs.

Another highlight at the Parliamentary Party meet was GST. This was the first such meet held after the Cabinet nod to 4 GST enabling bills.

PM Modi urged MPs to facilitate dialogue between officials and traders regarding the tax reform to ensure smooth flow of information. The NDA govt. at the Centre completes three years on May 26 and special efforts are being made to take the govt’s achievements to the people.

Paswan favours legal solution to Ayodhya temple issue

Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan today said the vexed issue of construction of Ram Temple at Ayodhya should be resolved legally.

“The Ayodhya issue must be resolved through a court verdict,” the Union Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution Minister told reporters.

“Even Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not speak on contentious issues like Ram Temple at Ayodhya and scrapping of Article 370 of the Constitution conferring special status to Jammu and Kashmir and instead sought votes in the name of development and eradication of corruption during electioneering in UP and other states,” Paswan said at a press conference.

Modi has committed to people of Uttar Pradesh to work for empowering poor people, development and eradicating graft and the Yogi Adityanath government should move in that direction, the Union Minister said.

Paswan, whose party — Lok Janshakti — is part of the ruling NDA at the Centre, showered fulsome praise on the Prime Minister for leading the BJP’s campaign in recently held assembly polls in five states, four of which have got a BJP-led government.

“The entire opposition has been swept away by ‘Modi Tsunami’, particularly in Uttar Pradesh,” he said.

Pawan said the LJP did not put up any candidate in UP despite having support base as it could have divided votes and benefited opposition parties.

He said he does not believe that Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar could lead the opposition campaign against Modi in the 2019 general elections.

Kumar does not stand a chance against the PM and will be swept aside in Bihar if elections were to be held today. The Prime Minister is so popular among the masses, he said.

The LJP chief drew satisfaction from his party’s decent performance in Manipur where it won a seat and is part of the BJP-led coalition government.

Speaking on the occasion, Paswan’s son and LJP MP, Chirag Paswan, claimed all is not well between RJD supremo Lalu Prasad and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and therefore, mid-term polls in Bihar cannot be ruled out.
“There are reports of sharp differences between Lalu and Nitish… In such a situation, mid-term polls in Bihar cannot be ruled out,” he said, adding that the LJP was prepared for any such eventually.