BJP set to spread Modi wave across 50 countries
Imagine how about feeling Modi’s ‘Tsunami’ with Baklava sitting at Les Ottomans in Turkey or a ‘chai-pe-charcha (discussion over tea)’ with Azerbaijani black tea (its national drink) in Baku.
It might sound incredible, but for Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) it is not all about winning the heart of people living in India but also to take their ideology to lakhs of NRIs staying abroad, who are awaiting good governance back in their respective hometowns after series of scams, which left the country in penury during the UPA rule.
To make their ‘connect NRIs’ initiative a great success, the global convener of BJP Overseas Affairs Vijay Jolly is going to organise an interactive session on coming Saturday with lakhs of NRIs located in 50 nations all across Europe on its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi and idea of good governance.
‘I will address NRI’s located in 50 nations all across Europe and its partner countries through Google hangout from Delhi, where I will participate in a dialogue on good governance keeping Modiji as a face of India. Our programme will be coordinated by an NRI Vedananda Gowd, who stays in Germany,’ Jolly said.
The nations which will be covered are Albania, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine etc.
In recent months, BJP’s parallel campaign on ‘Vote for Modi’ as well as to woo the NRIs has gained a ‘noticeable’ momentum and this became evident when thousands of NRIs from several countries are currently camping in India to tell people on why they should vote for Modi.
Sanjay Srivastav, who is working as an overseas BJP convener in Nigeria, is presently on exhaustive tour in Chhattisgarh and in Bihar for spreading the ideology of the party. Speaking to Millennium Post, he said, ‘I am in Chhattisgarh and happy to be a part of BJP. Though we stay in Nigeria, but our heart is always with our motherland. This time we got a platform and we want BJP for better India.’
Similarly, Chandrakant Patel from America is roaming in Chhattisgarh and other parts of India to take Modi’s message to the people. Miles away from Ghana, UAE, Australia, Turkey, China, Fiji, Guyana etc people came to India just to cast their votes in favour of BJP.
Dipankar Ganguly, overseas convener of BJP in Turkey, who is also in the national capital, said, ‘The line is simple. Aab ki Bar, Modi Sarkar (This time it’s Modi’s government)’. Ganguly owns a garment factory in Turkey and exporting garments to Europe, England and America.
Ganguly is a great grandson of Rishi Bankim Chandra Chatterjee, who wrote Vande Mataram. While sharing his thought on BJP, he said, ‘There is a clear mandate and I am happy to be with such party, which has clarity with a vision to lead India towards progress.’