PM Modi will reach BJP headquarters: There will be a grand welcome for the success of G20 summit; CEC meeting also today

Pankaj Prasad
PM Modi and JP Nadda at BJP headquarters
PM Modi and JP Nadda at BJP headquarters

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will reach the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) headquarters in Delhi shortly.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will reach the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) headquarters in Delhi shortly. Before this, a gathering of BJP workers had formed outside the headquarters. Everyone is waiting to get a glimpse of PM Modi. Along with this, preparations have been made for a special welcome of PM Modi at the BJP headquarters for the successful organization of the G-20 summit.

Apart from this, an important meeting of the party's Central Election Committee has also been scheduled today at the BJP headquarters in Delhi. It has been told that in this meeting, BJP's strategy regarding the three election states - Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan will be discussed. Besides, preparations have been made for a special welcome of PM Modi at the BJP headquarters for the successful organization of the G-20 Summit in Delhi.

Union Cabinet passed the proposal

Earlier, the Union Cabinet passed a resolution on Wednesday, in which the efficient leadership of Prime Minister Modi was appreciated and the countrymen congratulated him for the great success of the recently concluded G20 summit.

Rajnath Singh presented this proposal

After the meeting, Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur said that Defense Minister Rajnath Singh presented this proposal in the Union Cabinet meeting. It was passed unanimously. Referring to the launch of the Global Biofuel Alliance at the G20 summit after the International Solar Alliance and the Environment for Life (Mission Life), he said that the Prime Minister has emerged as the 'Man of Global Alliance'.

What was said in the proposal?

The successful organization of G20 is a symbol of the efficient leadership and strong will of the Prime Minister.
Its successful organization is being discussed not only in India but all over the world.
The consensus on the New Delhi Declaration is a reflection of India's growing strength and bringing the countries of the world on one platform under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi.
India has always talked about inclusive growth and inclusivity. The inclusion of the African Union in the G20 grouping proves this.
The India-West Asia-Europe Economic Corridor is also a major success and equally important is the launch of the Global Biofuel Alliance, the idea of which was mooted by the Prime Minister.
The term ‘Global South’ is often used to refer to developing and least developed countries, located primarily in Africa, Asia and Latin America.