Amit Shah wishes party leaders and workers on BJP’s 39th Foundation day

Officially formed in 1980, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is celebrating its 39th foundation day on Saturday, April 6. On this supreme occasion for the party leaders, BJP President Amit Shah extended his wishes and complemented the party workers and the leaders his gratitude. In a tweet on Saturday, Amit Shah posted pictures of his party leaders like Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Syama Prasad Mukherjee, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, LK Advani and applauded them for their contribution to the party as great leaders withholding their leadership in the right direction and taking the party forward with enthusiasm and a vision.

In his tweet, Amit Shah quoted, “BJP workers consider the party as their own family. The development of their organization and its political splendor has been possible due to the sacrifices made by these leaders.” In his tweet, he also mentioned that the heights, the party has achieved is a result of hard work and dedication of these party leaders.

In his next tweet, BJP President urges his party workers to work for the party for a new India hat PM Modi views in mind. He implores the party workers to work earnestly for “Sashakt BJP, Sakshat Bharat.”

On the auspicious occasion of the BJP foundation day PM Narendra Modi tweeted, “39 years ago on this day, @BJP4India was born with an unwavering commitment to serve society and take the nation to new heights. Thanks to the efforts of our Karyakartas, BJP has become India’s preferred party. Greetings to the BJP family on the Party’s Foundation Day.”

Ahead of the foundation day, BJP veteran LK Advani addressed the party workers in his blog saying “nation first, party second, self-last.” In his tweet, LK Advani also made it clear that the party never termed politically not supporting BJP people as anti-nationals. With the democratic government and Freedom of Speech everyone has a right to follow their ideology and politics, LK Advani said.

BJP was officially formed in 1980. The party’s origin lies in the Bharatiya Jana Sangh, formed in 1951 by Syama Prasad Mukherjee.


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