Reach out to marginalized and weaker sections of minorities too: Modi to BJP workers India News – Times of India

Hyderabad: Underline BJP‘s motto of “sabka saath, sabka vikas”, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Party sources suggested at the party’s national executive meeting here on Sunday that party workers should also reach out to the underprivileged and marginalized sections of the minorities.
He suggested this in his intervention during a presentation by the party unit Uttar PradeshWhere BJP has won recently Lok Sabha By-election in Rampur and Azamgarhtwo strongholds of Samajwadi Party Having a substantial Muslim population.
There have been many experiments with the social equations of Hindus in Indian politics and efforts should be made to reach out to the socially backward minorities such as pasmanda muslimciting sources Modi As mentioned in the meeting.
Leaders of the Pasmanda Muslims have often lamented that despite their being a majority, a small elite of the minority community remained in leadership positions and gained most of the political mileage.
Modi insisted that BJP workers should reach out not only to weaker sections of Hindus but also to minorities and help them avail various schemes of his government for the welfare of all sections of the society.
Modi had made a similar suggestion in the meeting of BJP office bearers last year.
He then said that the party should try to reach out to Christians Kerala We have to strengthen our base there.
Party insiders say that BJP is working on expanding its base and therefore trying to reach out to backward communities among minorities.
In the two-day national executive meeting that concluded on Sunday, the BJP took stock of its organizational activities and appreciated the economic policies and overall governance of the Modi government.