Win the hearts of minorities through Good Governance, appeals Gadkari
New Delhi – July 13: BJP President Nitin Gadkari today appealed all the members of Haj committees, Waqf boards, Madarasa boards, and Minority Financial Corporations from all BJP and NDA ruled states to deliver good governance and thereby win the hearts of the minority communities. He was addressing a daylong workshop on Minority Welfare through Good Governance, involving office bearers of minority related bodies from BJP ruled states. Jagdish Mukhi, co-convener of the Good Governance Cell of the BJP was in Chair. In all about 100 delegates participated in this workshop, the first-of-its kind in the recent past. The delegates included members of Christian community as well.
Mr. Gadkari dwelt at length on the conditions of minorities, especially the Muslim community and observed that during the last 65 years Congress has failed in elevating the economic as well as social conditions of the Muslims.
“Congress has looked at the Muslims as a mere vote bank and offered them nothing more than an automobile garage, a kabadi shop or a butcher’s shop. We are committed to change this situation and make all the communities equal partners in national development”, said Nitin Gadkari. He further said that minority-majority divide is artificial and we are all basically sons of this great motherland of ours. Remember, ours is the nation-first party, he emphasised.
Mr Gadkari also said that BJP ruled states are performing well on all counts including poverty alleviation. “However, we have to take special efforts in reaching out to all sections of the society and communicate with them about the good work being carried out by our governments”, he said. He also appealed that all Party appointed office bearers should have total clarity on the role to be played and enhance our delivery quotient in every possible way.
BJP minority morcha President Tanvir Ahmed, Dr. Vinay Sahasrabuddhe and Mahendra Pande also addressed the delegates at this occasion. This workshop is being followed by a daylong discussion session on Effective Management of Waqf Properties tomorrow.
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