On July 6, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will start the membership drive of BJP from his own constituency, Varanasi, during which he will address the party workers, asked them to plant at least five trees in every booth across the country. 

PM Modi told BJP Lawmakers that if anybody brings a poor name to the organization with their misconduct, then it is truly “unacceptable” said the party sources. 

His comments were considered to be important as they came in the wake of the arrest of a senior BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya’s son Akash Vijayvargiy for reportedly attacking a government personnel with a cricket bat. 

The Prime Minister was congratulated by senior party leader in the first parliamentary party meeting after 2019 Lok Sabha Election during which he had offered the ruling party a ‘historic’ win. Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP’s working Chief JP Nadda were also congratulated, said Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi.

While addressing, PM Modi has asked the party lawmakers to ensure their presence in the Parliament during the ongoing session and they should also dedicate themselves to people’s service so common people must know their services offered, said Mr. Joshi.  

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will unveil the membership drive on July 6, the date is the birthday of BJP ideologue Syama Prasad Mookerjee. 

Home Minister Amit Shah will also launch the membership drive in Telangana and other BJP leaders distinct parts of the nation. 

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