new Delhi: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday said the journey of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has been about national service, while the party has worked to fulfill the aspirations of the poor, farmers, Dalits and underprivileged women. for seven decades. Shah made several tweets on the occasion of the 42nd foundation day of the BJP on Wednesday.

“Salute to all the great leaders who made BJP a banyan tree on the party’s 42nd foundation day. Under the leadership of Narendra Modi and JP Nadda, BJP is moving ahead for the welfare of the people and the people. progress of the nation. I wish all party workers a Happy Foundation Day.” He further said that since 2014, BJP is trying as a medium to fulfill the aspirations of crores of poor, farmers, dalits and women deprived for seven decades of the country.

This 42-year journey of BJP has been a journey of national service, national upliftment and national reconstruction and since 2014 under the leadership of Narendra Modi, BJP has become a tool to fulfill the aspirations of crores of poor, farmers, dalits and women. The country has been deprived for seven decades. #SthapnaDiwas,” he tweeted.

Shah said that the BJP government has done the work of providing houses, electricity, gas, toilets, bank accounts and health insurance to the poor. “Before 2014, ensuring two meals a day was a big struggle for the poor. Since Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister, the BJP government has been working to provide houses, electricity connections, cooking gas, toilets, bank accounts and health insurance. Apart from free ration for the poor, safe and dignified life for the poor of the country,” Shah said in another tweet.

BJP is celebrating its 42nd Foundation Day today. On Wednesday morning, BJP President JP Nadda will unfurl the flag at the party headquarters and garland the statues of its symbols Shyama Prasad Mukherjee and Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay. The party will also organize a blood donation camp at the headquarters. The Prime Minister will address party workers across the country through video conferencing at 10 am. Nadda will join a procession at Karol Bagh at 11 am. The party will organize “Social Justice Fortnight” between April 7-20. Envoys from different countries will also visit the BJP headquarters in New Delhi on Wednesday.

The earlier incarnation of the BJP was the Bharatiya Jana Sangh (BJS), which was founded in 1951 by Syama Prasad Mookerjee. Later the BJS was merged with several parties in 1977 to form the Janata Party. In 1980, the National Executive Council of the Janata Party banned its members from ‘dual membership’ of the party and the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). As a result, former members of the Jana Sangh left the party and formed the BJP on 6 April 1980.