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BJP now voice of voiceless, a medium to fulfil people’s aims & aspirations: Assam CM on party’s 42nd foundation day

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Guwahati: BJP has emerged as one of the potent forces to become the voice of the voiceless and a medium to fulfil the aims & aspirations of people from all sections of society, said Assam Chief Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma after attending BJP’s 42nd foundation day in Guwahati today (April 6).

He also remembered those who took pains to build the party from its initial days to what it is today.

“The new generation has to be told about the party and how it got to this stage. Everything about the party is mentioned in a section titled ‘Kamal Pustak’ on the Narendra Modi app,” CM Sarma said. 

He said, “Every village in every district of Assam has workers of the party. Today BJP offices in 19 districts have been opened, while construction is underway in 11 districts. The head office in Basistha will be opened in about two to three months.”

“Our aim is to take the Indian nationalism to every household in Assam. On the occasion we resolve to build a prosperous India today,” he added.

Taking to Twitter CM Sarma wrote, “On@BJP4India‘s 42nd #SthapnaDiwas, I extend my heartiest greetings to karyakartas whose unwavering commitment has helped the party attain its present status. #BJP‘s glorious journey is a result of our leaders’ vision & commitment of karyakartas. #BJPFoundationDay @narendramodi”

“#BJP has emerged as one of the potent forces to become voice of the voiceless and a medium to fulfil aims & aspirations of people from all sections of society. #SthapnaDiwas is an opportunity to reiterate our commitment to strengthen the party. @BJP4Assam @BJP4India”, added CM Sarma.

Meanwhile, BJP national president Jagat Prakash Nadda hoisted the party flag at the headquarters in Delhi while Prime Minister Narendra Modi also addressed party workers to mark the occasion.

Founded by Syama Prasad Mookherjee in its earlier avatar, the Bharatiya Jana Sangh (BJS) in 1951, it was later merged with several parties in 197 to form the Janata Party.

In 1980, the National Executive Council of the Janata Party banned members from having dual membership of the party and the Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh (RSS) which led to the former Jana Sangh members leaving the party and formed the BJP on April 6, 1980.

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