State BJP commemorates one year completion of Modi 2.0 govt

Correspondent KOHIMA, JUN 2 (NPN) | Publish Date: 6/2/2020 1:26:53 PM IST

Nagaland state BJP on Tuesday commemorated one year completion of Modi 2.0 government at its state BJP office Kohima.

Addressing at the function, BJP BLP leader and deputy chief minister Y. Patton read out achievements and activities of the central government under the leadership of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and said that in continuation with welfare-oriented policies of Modi 1.0 government, Modi 2.0 government ensured continued commitment to sabka saath, sabka vikas, protecting and preserving the unity of the nation.

He said that Modi government had been approaching challenges posed by COVID-19 proactively while continuing to fight the pandemic with the help of public participation.

Patton read out the resolution on the call of prime minister to achieve the goal of “aatmanirbhar bharat” (marching towards self-reliance) to pursue India’s national unity, democracy, egalitarian society, religions, equality and value-based politics as a BJP worker and also stressed on the importance of buying local products in order to encourage local manifacturers.

He also pledged to carry forward the campaign to create social awareness and promote cleanliness and sanitation to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

State BJP president and minister Higher and Technical Education, Tribal Affairs, Temjen Imna Along shared his commitment to carry forward the pledge in letter and spirit. Along informed that the party would distribute 50,000 masks and hand sanitiser to all 60 constituencies and promised to stand by citizens irrespective of party affiliation.

The president said the party will have 100 virtual rallies through different social media platforms and said the appreciation letter of the prime minister for reposing faith to serve the nation will be translated and distributed in local languages.

BJP legislator and advisor art and culture, Tourism Khehovi Yepthomi in his brief address appealed to Nagas to spread love and compassion towards one another and not to be overshadowed with hatred. He further appealed to forgive if there were any lapses and to fight the pandemic collectively.

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