Work Hard, Pm’s Pep Talk To Party’s Ghmc Corporators | Hyderabad News
During an hour-long chat with party corporators — the first such interaction since their election in December 2020 polls — at his residence in Delhi on Tuesday, the prime minister advised them to wear the programs and the BJP government welfare schemes at the doorstep of the people.
He hinted that the corporators would be part of the preparations for the national executive meeting to be held in Hyderabad on July 2-3. Modi told corporators he would attend the national executive meeting. The PM made a special mention of corporate women.
“BJP is not like other parties. We are very inclusive and provide several opportunities for women. There is a bright future for all of you. Winning the GHMC election should not be the only success for you,” did he declare.
Sources said Modi struck a personal deal with the corporators from the start of the meeting. He advised them to also focus on service activities.
Modi took personal information and tried to find out their families. During the interaction, each corporal was given a microphone and asked to provide information, including children and their education.
“The Prime Minister had a lot of words of encouragement for them. He told them that after winning the most publicized civic body elections, they are the focal points and the ones who are available to people in their local bodies will never face electoral defeat,” sources said.
A business leader, after meeting the Prime Minister, said enthusiastically: “Most of us were very happy as we had been looking forward to this meeting for a long time.”
According to sources, the prime minister also congratulated top leader K Laxman on his selection to the Rajya Sabha.
The corporators were busy during the day as they met and interacted with BL Party General Secretary Santosh in the presence of Union Tourism Minister G Kishan Reddy, BJP Head of State Bandi Sanjay Kumar and other elderly people. They also met Union Minister Hardeep S Puri and had lunch at Kishan Reddy’s house before leaving for the meeting with the Prime Minister.