Claiming that India is a country with diversities, BJP national general secretary Murlidhar Rao said that it has unanimity on the cultural nationalism. “As far BJP is concerned, it considers that cultural nationalism in its DNA. BJP firmly believes in pluralistic society but believes that all the diversities lead to a common ideology when we talk of nation and nationalism,” he said.
BJP’s cultural nationalism is non-competing, non-conflicting, which is the reason why many nations failed to remain united but despite challenges India’s unity and integrity was never compromised, he said addressing the second session of the party’s four-day training workshop in Katra.
BJP State President and MLA Sat Sharma, Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh, MP Lok Sabha Jugal Kishore Sharma, MoS Finance Ajay Nanda, MLC Ashok Khajuria and district president Kuldeep Raj Dubey were also present.
Sat Sharma said BJP has become largest political party in the world and everyone’s eye is on BJP and its government at the Centre.
He said BJP was a cadre-based party where our Karyakarta (workers) are its back bone and strength.