People want to see Narendra Modi as Prime Minister again in 2024, Vijayvargiya said after winning in 4 states

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new Delhi: After the BJP’s stellar performance in the assembly elections in four states, including Uttarakhand, on Thursday, party general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya said this mandate is an indication that the people want to see Narendra Modi as the prime minister again in 2024. He also thanked the party workers of Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Manipur and Goa for their hard work and people reposing faith in Modi’s leadership. Describing Modi as a global leader, Vijayvargiya said he has set an example by bringing back thousands of Indians stranded in war-torn Ukraine safely. Vijayvargiya said, “It has certainly become clear that in the coming Lok Sabha elections, the people of the country will once again make Narendra Modi the Prime Minister.” During this, Vijayvargiya was accompanied by Union Minister and party’s election in-charge in Uttarakhand, Prahlad Joshi, Union Minister of State for Defense Ajay Bhatt and Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami. Joshi said that the performance of the BJP in the four states is the result of the popularity of the Prime Minister. He also praised Dhami for the party’s performance in the state and said that under the leadership of the Prime Minister and the guidance of party President JP Nadda, the young Chief Minister has shown a great performance. Joshi said that the promises made by the party and Dhami to the people will be fulfilled. At the same time, Dhami also thanked the people for giving another big mandate to the party and said that by giving two-thirds majority to the BJP in the state, the people have proved that they have elected those who work for the exploits. He said that all the resolutions including Uniform Civil Code made in the vision paper issued before the elections will be fulfilled. Dhami said, “We have said that as soon as the new BJP government is sworn in, a high-powered committee consisting of stakeholders, eminent persons, legal experts and others will prepare a draft for the Uniform Civil Code.”

[Attribution to NBT]

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