The Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) launched a nationwide campaign in support of Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi as the next Prime Minister here on Tuesday on the occasion of his birthday.
All-India BJYM chief Anuarg Thakur led the campaign - Vijay Sankalap Diwas - at Anu Chowk of Hamirpur by signing a flex board in favour of Modi.
Hundreds of youth activists of the party gathered on the occasion, signed the flex board and raised slogans in favour of Modi and Anurag. They pledged their full support to Modi and the BJP in the next elections.
Addressing the gathering, Anurag Thakur said people of India were happy with the decision of the BJP high command to make Modi as their prime ministerial candidate for the next elections.
He said this had led to a new wave of happiness among the youth and they were all set to bring the BJP-led NDA to power.
Thakur claimed that a pro-BJP wave was sweeping across the nation and Modi was going to make full
benefit of the wave and to install the party back into power after 10 years.
He said Modi was the best choice for the Prime Minister. He gave a clarion call to the people of India in general and youth and women in particular to join hands with the BJP for their benefit and welfare and work for a new BJP-led government in the country.
Thakur said if the Congress was allowed to rule once more, India would be in hands of foreign powers. He said time had come when the Congress should be shunted out of India for its anti-people role.
He blasted the Congress government in the state for resorting to revenge politics and added that people would teach the Congress a lesson in the coming elections as they were already fed up with its wrong policies that had led them to face many problems.
The BJYM chief blamed the state government for the public distribution system collapse in the state and said people of the state had not seen such an inefficient government since Independence.
The BJP MP also launched a similar campaign at Mahre in the district and asked workers to gear up for the next elections.