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'400 days left, time to hit top gear': PM Modi's mega poll outreach at key BJP meet

(SAI Bureau) Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday chaired a second high-level session with top brass and workers during the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national executive meeting in the national capital. Addressing the convention, PM Modi said that the country can be taken forward only by converting this "amrit kaal" into "kartavya kaal"."400 days left (for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections), its time to hit top gear. Let's do everything to service the people. We have to create history," Maharashtra deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis quoted PM Modi as saying.
Fadnavis also said that the prime minister's address was inspiring as well as a direction guide and was about to show a new path. The prime minister asked BJP leaders to work towards "ek Bharat, shreshtra Bharat" [one India, supreme India], he said."We were advised to conduct some special programmes of Morchas, especially in border villages. So that we can connect with them more, and our developmental schemes reach these areas," Fadnavis said.
"People under the age group 18-25 have not witnessed the political history of India. They aren't aware of the corruption and wrong-doings that took place in previous governments. So, they need to be made aware and let them know about the good governance of BJP," Fadnavis quoted PM Modi as saying.
Furthermore, the prime minister said that every youth should know how the BJP has converted bad governance into good governance.PM Modi also asked leaders to create new workers and strengthen the party's organisation in border villages. He asked the party workers to inform people about government policies.Devendra Fadnavis also said that PM Modi's speech was not of a political leader but of a statesman, adding that he kept the nation above the party.
PM Modi outlined the political roadmap for the BJP in the run up to a string of state assembly polls this year and the 2024 Lok Sabha election as the party's national executive meeting concluded with his speech.Around 350 BJP leaders from across the country, including Union ministers and chief ministers, gathered to deliberate over the party's electoral strategy for assembly polls and the most awaited 2024 general elections.