‘Party will scale newer heights during his presidency’: PM Modi, Amit Shah hail JP Nadda’s appointment as BJP President
New Delhi | Jagran News Desk: Hours after JP Nadda was appointed as the new President of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated the Himanchal leader, saying that he will ensure that the party will scale newer heights during his presidency.
Addressing the party workers at Nadda’s formal elevation in Delhi, PM Modi said that his leadership will give the BJP new energy, hope, and inspiration.
“I'm sure that under the leadership of Shri JP Nadda the party will move forward with its core values. The BJP may face more difficulty in the future and we must be ready. According to the needs and desires of the nation, molding the workers and taking India ahead is our target,” PM Modi said.
“We must ensure that he is successful. Whatever he asks for, we must deliver. As a party worker, we must walk with our core values in the journey ahead with love for our motherland,” he added.
Home Minister Amit Shah, who handed over the presidentship of the BJP to JP Nadda, said that under his successor's leadership the party will become stronger and expand further.
“Heartiest congratulations to JP Nadda Ji on being elected the national president of the Bharatiya Janata Party. I firmly believe that under Prime Minister Narendra Modi ji's guidance and your leadership, the BJP will become stronger and expand even further,” Amit Shah said.
“The party will benefit from Nadda ji's organizational skills and experience and will set new records,” he added.
JP Nadda on Monday was elected unopposed as the BJP national president after he emerged as the only leader in the fray following the nomination process in which his candidature was endorsed by top party leaders.
Senior BJP leader Radha Mohan Singh, who is the incharge of the organisational election process, made the announcement at the party headquarters in New Delhi.
Nadda has earlier served as the party's working president. He will serve for three years at the helm.
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