"Today opposition to BJP is at its highest".
"When I got elected, I met you to request for the passage of the bill to provide reservation in promotion".
He issued a statement to that effect following on his April 6 meeting with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi where he said he discussed the special relationship between the United States and India.
On the SC/ST Act controversy, Singh writes that there is no Dalit representation in the judicial system of the country because of which judges come up with new rules and regulations that diminish the rights of Dalits. "It is the strength of the BJP that is affecting our opponents", said Modi.
Another leader, who also refused to be identified, said Phule, Dohare and Singh don't have a BJP background and could be laying the ground to return to "our rival parties".
Modi used digital application - NarendraModi App - for the interaction, during which he appealed the party workers to refrain from using offensive language.
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Speaking on the growth of the BJP since it was founded in 1980 by leaders of erstwhile Jana Sangh, which had merged with other opposition parties to form Janata Party in 1977 to challenge the then ruling Congress, the prime minister said it was the only party run democratically.
"In the era of social media and communication, if we remain inactive, those anti-national, anti-social, selfish, wrong-doers will occupy that space".
Singh said that he became an MP because of reservation. "It is truly democratic and a democratic political party can effectively serve a democratic nation".
Reflecting on his humble origins, he said, "They are unable to digest that a poor person born into a backward family is serving as the nation's Prime Minister". BJP city president P. Yerikalappa, BJYM State vice-president Chalama Reddy, State committee member Jaya Srinivas, district general secretary P. Sambasiva Reddy, treasurer M. Satish, Mahila Morcha, district president S. Bhavani Reddy, State Council member G. Saraswathamma, district secretary Pushpavathamma and others were present.
"Ours is a Government fully dedicated to the poor and this is also seen in the working of the various state governments of the BJP. Infact, if there is one party that has consistently been a victim of political untouchability, it is the BJP". "Their only aim is to defeat Modi".