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On the second day of the BJP’s Training Workshop /Prashikshan Varg at Katra, different sessions were addressed

On the second day of the BJP’s Training Workshop /Prashikshan Varg at Katra, different sessions were addressed by BJP National Vice-President & MP Rajya Sabha, Prabhat Jha, Union MoS Dr. Jitendra Singh, National Spokesperson Vijay Sonkar Shastri, Health Minister, J&K Government, Bali Bhagat and RSS Prant Karyawah Parshottam Dadhichi.
BJP State President & MLA Sat Sharma, who chaired and conducted these sessions, also felicitated each leader on his arrival at the venue.
Prabhat Jha, while speaking on Coordination between the government and the party, said that the organisation is mother of power and the party activists are the backbone of the organisation. The organisation should have control over the people in power, including ministers and MLAs. There should be proper coordination among the party and the people in power. When organisation is in power, then it becomes the duty of those at the helm of affairs and the workers to know about the details of the development works being done and should approach the people to provide them the information about the activities of the government. The persons who are in public life should be sincere, honest and dedicated to the society and the aims and objectives of the organisation. Their behaviour should be transparent and accountable to the masses.
Dr. Jitendra Singh, while speaking in the Foreign Policy, said that after taking over the reigns at the centre by Narendra Modi as PM, the Foreign Policy has undergone a drastic change. The major thrust of this policy is to make cordial and friendly relationship with the neighbours, including the SAARC countries.
Narendra Modi government has initiated Act East Policy, where efforts have been made to develop economic and diplomatic relations with the countries located on East of India. Diplomatic efforts have also been made to build similar relations with West Asian countries and South Africa. The basic principle of our Foreign Policy is based on our economic, strategic and defence concerns. The important component of Modi’s Foreign Policy is to outreach the Indians residing in foreign countries and give them the sense of pride of being Indian and the sense of security of their well being. The Foreign Policy has contributed to have a honourable place for India in the global world, he claimed.
Vijay Sonkar Shastri, while speaking on Social Equality, said that BJP does not believe in the caste system and stands for “Sabka saath sabka vikaas”. Various programmes /schemes launched by Government of India under the Prime Minister ship of Narendra Modi targets the upliftment of the down trodden and deprived sections of the society, which include SC, ST, OBCs and Vanvaasis. He said that the caste system came into existence after twelfth century and the later foreign rulers, including the Britishers, divided the society on the basis of caste to rule the country.
Bali Bhagat spoke on Challenges Before Nation and said that there are internal as well as external challenges before the country. As per the internal challenges, he added that unemployment, poverty, starvation, poor health services, illiteracy, female foeticide, homeless families and the other major challenges before the country. He named the forces which are working against the national interests and engaged in disintegrating the country. He said that terrorism and Naxalite movement, ISIS, ISI are the major contributors to the terrorism. Our neighbour, Pakistan, is great enemy, who imposed wars in 1947, 1965, 1971 and 1999 and the proxy war launched by it in the form of exporting and supporting terrorism in India, Jammu and Kashmir state in particular,
Parshotam Dadhichi while throwing light on the subject Our Ideological Family, narrated that a need was felt to float organizations which should have national outlook and dedicated to protect the Indian culture, ethos and the integrity of the country and hence more than three dozen organisations, where the karyakartas, inspired by the nationalism and Sangh ideology are working. They have totally committed themselves to the cause of the nation apart from serving the interests of the concerned organization.