Justice should be done to Muslim women: PM Modi on triple talaq

Cornelia Mascio
Aprile 17, 2017

He is on a two-day visit to Gujarat.

Shah asked every BJP member, from minister to ordinary party worker, to devote at least 15 days a year to working to strengthen the organisation. He said our Muslim sisters should also get justice. Election results have established Modi as the most effective and popular leader after Independence.

The Prime Minister also held a roadshow in Surat amid much fanfare as Gujarat heads to the polls in November. He also said, the party should move forward with the formula of New India at faster pace. We should try to solve this issue at the district level.

He said the manner in which the bill could not be taken in the Rajya Sabha during the budget session "exposed" the opposition's real attitude towards backward classes, adding that he hoped the bill would be passed in the months to come.

Describing the freedom struggle as "jan-jan ka andolan", Modi said the movement abounded in stories of great sacrifices and dedication.

Prime Minister Modi attending the national executive meeting in Odisha with his trusted lieutenant Amit Shah and brigade of 300 leaders is an indication that the saffron party is firming up its mission 2019.

The state BJP left no stone unturned to accord a grand welcome to Modi, as this is his first visit to his home state after the party's impressive showing in the state assembly polls, including Uttar Pradesh.

'The locals are in awe of Modi. "BJP may replace two of its Cabinet Ministers and one MoS In the Mufti Government", the sources said. "The magnificence of the Temple and Temple Complex leaves a lasting impression on the mind".

"Our aim should not be change of government but transformation of society", the Prime Minister said.

It is due to the people-friendly policies and schemes that the government has rolled out, the poor have started feeling a sense of trust and belonging in the present government, it said.

The PM also sought blessings at the Sana Ganesh Mandir, Parvati Mandir and Bhubanesvari Mandir.

Making its intention clear that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is on an expanding spree in the North-east, the saffron Party has hailed its victory in Dhemaji bye-election in Assam and wresting of Manipur from Congress. It is crucial for the party to make way in states such as West Bengal, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Kerala, where regional parties dominate the political landscape.

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