The Modi government 2.0 would be completing 100 days in office on Saturday. Given the significance, grand celebrations are expected on the occasion, but the BJP leadership have decided to flag the achievements and the historic decisions made in the short duration.
The leaders will be speaking and promoting the “strong nationalistic” and security-related decisions like abrogation of provisions of Article 370; agreement for the acquisition of the US-made deadly Apache helicopters; as well as people‘s welfare-oriented decisions like pension for farmers and shopkeepers.
Speaking about the campaign, a senior party leader said:
“From telling people how buying American Apache helicopters made Pakistan and China nervous, nullification of Article 370 to the Parliament’s most productive monsoon session — all will be listed out as government’s achievements. The merger of banks to stabilise the economy is one of the few important points for the discussions.”
Other than these, the saffron party is expected to highlight the importance of creating awareness on measures taken for social justice including the much famous triple talaq law, which criminalises the evil practice of instant triple talaq in the Muslim communities.
Plus, giving teeth to the anti-terror law, the government has toughened the stance against terrorists with Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar, Lashkar-e-Taiba chief Hafiz Saeed and 1993 blast accused Dawood Ibrahim already booked as terrorists. The new UAPA bill allows the recognising of individuals as terrorists, in addition to organisations, if found having terror links.
Sources said that BJP leaders would ensure that decisions taken by the government are promoted and brought to public notice. As part of the process, several press conferences, as well as public meetings, will be held, sources told.
Furthermore, the launch of Fit India Movement, the establishment of Jal Shakti Ministry and the National Medical Commission, and the grand merger of banks are among the list of measures to be highlighted.
(with ANI inputs)