PM Modi discusses 'The Kashmir Files' in BJP Parliamentary Meeting
For Printing Download Epaper from files section from bottom of this page
New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) is against family politics and this is why several children of politicians were not given tickets. During the meeting, he also discussed the film 'The Kashmir Files' based on the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits.
According to party sources, Prime Minister Modi described family politics as a big threat to democracy. Praising the recently released film 'The Kashmir Files' in the meeting, Modi said that such films should made.Speaking to reporters, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi said that Prime Minister Modi appreciated the BJP's move against 'parivarvaad'. He talked about how people did politics during the evacuation of Indian nationals from Ukraine without any details and figures and talked about how Poland gave open access to our citizens.
Party President JP Nadda and Prime Minister Narendra Modi were honored in the meeting. Tributes were paid to Swara Kokila Lata Mangeshkar, in the beginning of the meeting. Also, tributes were paid to Harsh, an Indian student killed in Ukraine and a Bajrang Dal worker killed in Karnataka.
In the meeting, Prime Minister and President Nadda addressed the BJP MPs. After the assembly elections held in five states of the country, the meeting was organized at Ambedkar Bhawan in the capital. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, union Home Minister Amit Shah, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, party president JP Nadda and BJP's Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha MPs were present in the meeting. The meeting was held after BJP registered a massive victory in 4 out of thr 5 state elections held recently.