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PNS | Vijayawada

In a state-level meeting of the BJP’s affiliated wings, Daggubati Purandeswari, the president of BJP AP unit, underscored the need for protests on public issues to stand in solidarity with the people.

She highlighted the importance of raising awareness about Centrally-sponsored schemes and funds allocated to Andhra Pradesh through mass awareness programmes.

Addressing the party affiliates, Purandeswari called for their crucial role in designing short-term movements that address public concerns. She said that by integrating information about Central government schemes into party campaigns, people will recognise and appreciate the BJP’s initiatives. Purandeswari encouraged BJP leaders to identify and address the specific challenges faced by various professions, castes, and communities in the State, emphasising the significance of unified efforts.

Later, Purandeswari attended a joint meeting of the RTA Cell and Legal Cell, where she discussed the potential of their collaboration.

She said that by working together, these cells can achieve positive results, especially in the fight against mafia mining.

Purandeswari suggested that the movement should be based on information obtained through RTI, and she stressed the importance of addressing issues related to voter list manipulation. Additionally, she encouraged the activists fighting through RTA to stay determined and confident.

Previously, the BJP AP president participated in PM Modi’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’, highlighting that the programme primarily focuses on social, environmental, and cultural aspects. She clarified that ‘Mann Ki Baat’ should not be linked to politics, as it aims to raise awareness about positive developments across the country. Purandeswari mentioned some examples, such as the government of Uttar Pradesh planting 30 crore saplings and the return of 2,500-year-old idols from America. She also highlighted the achievements of Vicharpur, a tribal village in Madhya Pradesh known for its football skills, earning it the nickname “Mini Brazil.”

Purandeswari reiterated the BJP’s commitment to involving the common people in Mann Ki Baat. She shared BJP national pesident JP Nadda’s view that organising the programme at the polling booth level helps gauge the progress across the country.

BJP State general secretary S Vishnuvardhan Reddy and BJP State vice-president Chandra Mouli, and others participated.

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