Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing BJP MPs during 'Sansad Karyashala' in Delhi. (Photo: Twitter/@BJP4India)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday told BJP MPs to start preparing for the 2024 elections and asked them to ensure the win the seats they could not bag in the recent Lok Sabha elections. The prime minister was addressing more than 380 party MPs of both Houses of Parliament on the second day of 'Sansad Karyashala' at GMC Balyogi Auditorium in Parliament Library Building.
During his address, Modi asked his parliamentarians to work like a normal party worker and never let arrogance come cross their mind. He also said that all the members of Parliament must fulfil their duties towards their families but asked them to refrain from indulging in “familism”.
Earlier on day one, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked party lawmakers on Saturday to remain connected with party workers and not forget their contribution in making them MPs and ministers.
Modi likened the party and its workers to a mother who nurtures a son but feels a bit neglected when he gets married and pays more attention to his wife.
“Modi described BJP as a family and categorically told party MPs that it is growing because of its ideology and thoughts and not because of the legacy of a family,” Joshi said.
Joshi said that Modi highlighted the importance of the organisational strength while talking about the party’s impressive victory in Tripura’s local elections.
The prime minister inaugurated the training programme, ‘Abhyas Varga’, at Parliament House complex and recalled his experience of attending a similar event in Surajkund. Modi said it was of great help to him, Joshi added.