BJP hosts political representatives from 10 countries


The delegation, invited by the BJP, arrived in India to gain first-hand experience and insights into the party’s election campaign….reports Asian Lite News

Under the ‘KNOW BJP initiative’, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) National President JP Nadda, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, and Union Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw chaired a meeting at the party headquarters with representatives of eighteen political parties from ten countries.

The delegation, invited by the BJP, arrived in India to gain first-hand experience and insights into the party’s election campaign.

Vijay Makhan, representing the Mauritian Militant Movement from Mauritius, shared his impressions, saying that his experience was exceptional. He was impressed by the organisation put in place.

“It was a unique experience. The interactive sessions were very interesting and informative. I am very impressed by the kind of organization that has been put into place for this exercise. The institutions of India, including how the parties have presented themselves, are excellent,” he told ANI.

“Even though I have been following the elections through the press, the experience that I have gained from the BJP is worthwhile and very interesting. Tomorrow I’ll be going to Bhopal to witness the campaign there and hopefully attend a rally,” he added.

Saleem Mohammad, a member of Bangladesh Awami League, expressed admiration for India’s democratic process.

“We have come here as a representative of the Bangladesh Awami League at the invitation of the Bharatiya Janata Party to see the preparation of BJP, their publicity strategy, and their campaign. We are really impressed by the progress of democracy in India. This is the largest democratic event in the world,” he said.

In the meeting, the delegation was briefed about the BJP’s election campaign strategies along with the overall Electoral process.

The participating political parties included Australia’s Liberal Party, Vietnam’s Communist Party of Vietnam, Bangladesh’s Awami League, Israel’s Likud Party, Uganda- National Resistance Movement, Tanzania’s Chama Cha Mapinduzi and Russia’s United Russia Party.

Additionally, two Sri Lankan parties, Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna and United National Party are also participating in the BJP initiative.

Representatives of Mauritius’s Militant Socialist Movement, Mauritius Labour Party, Mauritian Militant Movement, Parti Mauricien Social Democrate, Nepal’s Nepali Congress, Janamat Party, Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist-Leninist), Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) and Rashtriya Swatantra Party have also arrived in India to experience the ongoing BJP’s election campaign for Lok Sabha Election 2024. (ANI)

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