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BJP an ‘All-embracing Family’: Naqvi


Team Udayavani, Jun 8, 2020, 6:47 PM IST

New Delhi: While some political parties are confined to a “family frame”, the BJP is an “all-embracing family” moving forward with a commitment to nationalism, Union minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said on Monday in an apparent dig at the Congress and other opposition parties.

Addressing Uttar Pradesh BJP Minority Morcha workers through a video conference, the Minority Affairs minister said the Modi government is committed to maintaining the honour of all Indians, but some people are conspiring to create “horror” in the country.

Unable to digest the positive atmosphere and constructive mood of the country, the “bogus bashing brigade” is trying to raise the bogey of “Islamophobia”, intolerance, safety of minorities etc, just to defame India and disturb the fabric of communal harmony and unity, he said.

The BJP is not only the largest political party of the world, it is also an “inclusive family” which is working for the prosperity of all with a commitment to nationalism by removing the barriers of region and religion, Naqvi said.

“While on one hand some political parties are confined to a particular family frame, the BJP is an ‘all-embracing family’ which is moving forward with ethos of ‘sabka saath, sabka vikas, sabka vishwas’ and a commitment to ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat’,” he said.

The BJP often accuses the Congress and other opposition parties of practising dynastic politics.

Naqvi said “inclusive empowerment” has been the “rashtraniti (national policy)” and not “rajniti (politics)” for the government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Each and every section of the society including minorities have become an equal partner of prosperity, dignity and empowerment, the senior BJP leader said. All sections of society are moving forward on the path of inclusive empowerment without any discrimination, he said.

Some people and organisations in the country are engaged in obstructing this journey of inclusive growth, empowerment, dignity and harmony due to their narrow and prejudiced political self-interests, he said.

They are involved in a “criminal conspiracy” to disgrace India and Indians, he said. “We should not only remain cautious of these nefarious elements but also expose and isolate them,” he said.

In the last six years, the Modi government has worked with the commitment to “development without discrimination” and “development with dignity” which has ensured that minorities have also become an equal partner in mainstream development, Naqvi said.

All the poor and weaker sections, including minorities, have been equally benefitted through Modi government’s schemes such as PM Awas Yojana, Ujjwala Yojna, Ayushman Bharat, Kisan Samman Nidhi, Jan Dhan Yojana, Mudra Yojana, electrification drive, PM Sadak Yojana, One Nation-One Ration Card etc.

Besides, the minorities have significantly benefited through various welfare measures taken by the Minority Affairs Ministry, Naqvi said

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