Bhopal : BJP Vice-President Prabhat Jha today said that after coming to power, the party aims to make all social segments more familiar with it. “The aim is to instill the idea among each and every one, including the indigent section, in society that BJP is their own party. The leaders and workers should try hard to achieve this target. Party workers should imbibe inspiration from Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, who work tirelessly day in and day out for the organisation,” Mr Jha told . The former Madhya Pradesh unit president said that coming to power is not the only target of the BJP but it aims to bring about a revolutionary change in society and to achieve this target, both the government and the organisation are working on national level. The workers are highlighting the achievements of the BJP regime at the Centre during the past two years and trying to send this message to each individual.
“Like Mr Modi, who is working hard for the country’s development, BJP President Amit Shah is also leaving no stone unturned to expand the party in every district in the country and is aiming to set up BJP office in every district,’’ Mr Jha pointed out. To a query, the BJP Rajya Sabha Member ruled out the idea that the party had reached its pinnacle. “On the contrary, the party is marching forward to reach at its peak,” the senior BJP leader clarified. Mr Jha also claimed that the principal opposition Congress is gradually losing its credibility while the BJP’s influence is growing across the country. Regarding Kashmir imbroglio and the terrorism, Mr Jha said that the Narendera Modi government at the Centre is concerned about the problem and appropriate action is being initiated to resolve the twin issue. “A strong message has been sent by the Centre to our neigbour Pakistan that dialogue could be taken place between the two countries on terrorism alone,” Mr Jha said.