BJP started funding campaign on Atal Jayanti, PM Modi donated money

Legislative Assembly elections are to be held in 5 states in the country next year. Earlier, BJP has started fundraising campaigns across the country. PM Modi has also donated to this fund.



New Delhi: Legislative assembly elections are to be held in 5 states in the country next year. BJP is continuously running many aggressive campaigns to encourage its workers in this election battle.


PM Modi also donated to the fund

On the birth anniversary of former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee, BJP started a special donation campaign from Saturday. The goal of this campaign is to collect funds for the operation of the party with the help of its members and others. In this campaign, many big leaders including PM Narendra Modi and BJP President JP Nadda donated money and appealed to the rest of the people to give funds as well.


'Strengthen BJP, strengthen the country'

After the donation, PM Modi tweeted and said, 'I have donated one thousand rupees to the fund of the Bharatiya Janata Party. This special campaign will further strengthen our ideal of nation first and the culture of our workers of selfless service throughout life. Contribute to strengthen BJP, contribute to strengthen the nation.


'Donation will be taken from NaMo App'

At the same time, party president JP Nadda said in a tweet, 'Our workers will contact lakhs of people under this special campaign. The donation module of the NaMo app will become a means of collecting this donation amount. I seek the blessings of the people to strengthen the world's largest nationalist movement.


'The campaign will run till February 11'

Nadda (JP Nadda) said that this campaign will start from 25 December and will run till 11 February. That day is the death anniversary of Deen Dayal Upadhyay, who was the ideologue of the party. The party president said that this fund received with the cooperation of the public will be used for running the party.