According to UP BJP Minority Morcha president Basit Ali, students, maulanas as well as others in madrassas across Uttar Pradesh will gather to listen to the programme.
New Delhi: The 100th episode of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Mann Ki Baat' program will also be narrated to students of madrassas in Uttar Pradesh. According to reports, the Bharatiya Janata Party has come up with another mega plan to increase its penetration and connect with the Muslim voters. Let us tell you that the 'Mann Ki Baat' program is telecast on the last Sunday of every month and this time on April 30, the 100th episode of this program of Prime Minister Modi will be telecast.
BJP minority front engaged in preparations
The BJP Minority Front has started preparing to narrate the program to be aired on April 30 to the children of Madrasas. According to UP BJP Minority Morcha president Basit Ali, students, maulanas as well as others in madrassas across Uttar Pradesh will gather to listen to the programme. The maximum focus will be on the madrassas of those areas where the population of the people of Muslim society is more. Let us tell you that BJP is working hard to increase its penetration among Muslims in Uttar Pradesh.
Special focus is on Pasmanda Muslims
BJP's special focus is on connecting Pasmanda Muslims with them. A few weeks ago, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in a post-budget webinar on 'Reaching the Last Mile', emphasized the importance of good governance to reach the last man in the society. He had said that in such an approach there would be no scope for discrimination and corruption. Modi also referred to the backwardness of Pasmanda Muslims and how various schemes of the central government were reaching the underprivileged sections of the society.
What else did the PM say in the webinar?
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said in the webinar that we have to provide various facilities as soon as possible to the tribal people living in more than 200 districts and more than 22,000 villages of the country. He had said that similarly we have Pasmanda Muslims among our minorities, especially Muslims, how do we extend benefits to them, they are far behind even after so many years of independence. Explain that the backward classes among Muslims are described as Pasmanda Muslims.