PM Modi has has held discussions with BJP workers through the NaMo app several times. Photograph:( ANI )
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today addressed the Karnataka BJP's Mahila Morcha Karyakartas (workers) through the Narendra Modi (NaMo) app
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today addressed the Karnataka BJP's Mahila Morcha Karyakartas (workers) through the Narendra Modi (NaMo) app.
The prime minister stressed on the fact that the country was moving from women's development to women-led development and gave examples to prove his point.
Here are the highlights from his speech:
Our country is moving from women's development to women-led development and this is what our party strongly believes in
Able women have been given important portfolios in our Cabinet
For us whether it is organisation or government or framing of programmes it is women first
We have increased maternity leave to six months
BJP working for women's rights
Started Ujjwala Yojana for women
BJP gives women equal opportunity
We have to win state election. We will win, we will have to win assembly constituency, but as always I urge karyakartas and for me the most important thing is winning polling booths
Where is victory, it is in polling booths, rest is all its effects. We have to win polling boothsWhen we have to win polling booths we will have to bring out Karnataka Congress government's false promises and misdeeds. We will have to appeal every one to join in India's journey towards progress. In doing this our Mahila Morcha karyakartas are most influential as they do it by building trust
Must end violence against women
Beti Bachao, Jan Dhan empower women
Women leading India's vikas (development)
Excited to know that there was a dedicated women team that worked behind ISRO's Mars Mission 'Mangalyan
Congress only wants to spread lies
PM Modi has held discussions with party workers through the NaMo app several times.
On May 2, the Prime Minister directly interacted with members of BJP's Kisan Morcha through the medium of Namo App. Prior to that on April 26, he directly interacted with Karnataka's BJP candidate, office bearers and party's elected public representatives.
He also held an interaction with the BJP MPs, MLAs and public representatives on the occasion of Ambedkar Jayanti, on April 22.
Karnataka goes to polls on May 12.