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BJP hosts ‘chai-pakoda’ party, discusses Union Budget

BJP hosts ‘chai-pakoda’ party, discusses Union Budget
BJP Delhi Pradesh president Manoj Tiwari, along with other party members, enjoys tea and pakodas at Yamuna Vihar in east Delhi on Monday. Tribune Photo

Tribune News Service

New Delhi, February 12

The state unit of the BJP today arranged a 'chai-pakoda' party at Yamuna Vihar for discussing the budget proposals of the Union government with party area heads and councillors.

Manoj Tiwari, party state unit president explained the budget proposals and talked about the benefits for the people in detail. He also requested the councillors and others to explain the benefits from the budget proposals to every section of society in their respective areas.

He said lakhs of people in the country are earning their livelihood by the business of selling pakodas. These people have not only maintained their families, but have also ambition to make their children doctors, engineers and advocates. With the help of Mudra loan, small traders are doing good business and the BJP is committed to respect their self employment.

Tiwari alleged that if there is poverty in the country, the successive Congress governments are responsible for it but when the dream of Pt. Deen Dayal Upadhyay is being realised, poor people are being helped in fighting against poverty.

He further said the Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal had crossed all the limits of shamelessness. Kejriwal came to power in the name of serving the aam aadmi but now hating the common man. He said the BJP workers will give a strong reply to the hatred and disrespectful comments of the Congress and the AAP in the elections.


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