He asked BJP leaders to analyse why do “Dalits and tribals don’t consider BJP their own party in spite of the party having many Dalits and tribal leaders.”
In his speech, he advised the members of the core groups from states not to get distracted by “elements trying to mar the image” of the party. He said that most party leaders came from humble background and should reach out to the people in the language of the common man.
The meet was organised with 2019 general elections in mind and the party took stock of the political situation in every state.
The prime minister also cautioned party leaders of “anti-incumbency” playing a role in the coming elections and said the party should find ways to defeat it.
Giving tips to state leaders, party president Amit Shah directed that the BJP-ruled governments to work in tandem with party ideology, be corruption free, and aim for the welfare of the people. In non-BJP rules states, he advised leaders to adopt an aggressive approach, chalk out a strategy to take on the government and plan campaigns against it.