Hyderabad: The state unit of BJP on Friday collected public feedback in the city in order to accommodate their views in the party’s manifesto for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. A team of party leaders led by the state unit president Dr.K.Laxman travelled in Hyderabad Metro train from Nampally station to Ameerpet station and interacted with its passengers.
The delegation consisted of party MLC N.Ramachander Rao, state party’s official spokesperson Rakesh Reddy, state general secretary G. Manohar Reddy. In a statement, the party has claimed that they interacted with more than 2000 passengers during their journey and found out their opinion on Prime Minister Narendra Moid’s five year long rule. They also sought suggestions of the passengers on what Modi has to do in the upcoming five years if he was to be re-elected to the post.
The feedback was collected through Modi app and manually on papers. The statement has also claimed that the passengers have welcomed the decision of the PM Modi providing 10 percent reservations to economically weaker sections of upper castes of the country.
Meanwhile the party leaders have distributed sweets on the release of the IAF soldier Abhinandan from the captivity of the Pakistan armed forced at wagah border at the party’s state office.
The state unit has welcomed the release of the IAF pilot.