Nadda chairs BJP Gen Secys, strategize party programmes on G20

11 January, 2023 | Vaishali Sharma

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The Bharatiya Janata Party general secretary meeting, presided over by party president JP Nadda on Tuesday, produced a sketch of how the party may leverage its broad base to make the G20 programmes...

The Bharatiya Janata Party general secretary meeting, presided over by party president JP Nadda on Tuesday, produced a sketch of how the party may leverage its broad base to make the G20 programmes a tremendous success this year. This follows Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent plea to BJP office bearers, in which he requested the party to take initiative for G20 presidency programmes.

“As a party what we need to do is to ensure the G20 is a massive success. It is a big opportunity for us to show the world India’s culture and heritage. People from across the world will come to India and we need to show them this incredible India. As the world’s largest party, our party workers will help mobilise for any such programmes,” a top BJP source told ANI.

BJP national Vice President Baijanta J Panda has been nominated by the party president JP Nadda for G20 initiatives with the central government, sources informed.

“Make each and every Indian feel proud of this achievement and make them also a participant of this historic occasion,” the Prime Minister has said on multiple occasions including in his meeting with the top leaders of all political parties on the G20 issue.

In response to this, a national office bearer said after today’s meeting on the idea for the party to help with programmes, “We would love to be a part of the initiative that is a matter of pride for all Indians. It is nothing to do for a political party because it is not a political programme.”

During the upcoming BJP national executive while the party will be moving resolutions about political and economic development in the country and the role played by the Narendra Modi-led central government.
“An important aspect could be to talk about India’s foreign policy and India’s contribution to this sector.

The party could bring in a resolution on this and it is likely that External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar may be asked to speak On the G20 presidency in particular in the upcoming meeting,” sources said.

On December 1, India formally took over the G20 presidency from Indonesia.
The G20, sometimes known as the Group of 20, is an international forum comprised of the world’s main industrialised and developing nations.

At the Bali summit last November, Indonesia handed over the G20 chairmanship to India in the presence of Prime Minister Modi for the following year.