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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the cadre during the last day of the National Executive Meeting and he reminded that there is 400 days left for the 2024 Parliament polls in the nation. He asked the party leaders and the cadre to set the target to reach everyone without thinking about the electoral gain. "India is currently in the best phase and we have to work hard to contribute for the development of the country. The best era is ahead" told Narendra Modi. He asked the leaders of BJP to reach out the minorities including Christians and Muslims. He said that the party should be sure that they would get votes from all the sections. He asked the party leaders to not to depend on him completely.
Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh moved a proposal to extend the tenure of the BJP National President JP Nadda and it was unanimously accepted. JP Nadda's tenure is now extended till June 2024. Narendra Modi said that the party cadre should work without overconfidence. The party also expressed the confidence on working under the leadership of Narendra Modi, Amit Shah and JP Nadda. There were several discussions that went on the second day of the National Executive Meeting. Union Home Minister Amit Shah will visit the constituencies of Peddapalli and Adilabad soon as a part of the Pravas Yojana on January 28th and he would address a public meeting. Several senior BJP leaders are expected to tour in Telangana considering the Assembly elections that are scheduled for this year.