Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma Praises BJP’s Inclusive Culture

Guwahati, 29th February: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma extolled the inclusive culture within the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), drawing comparisons with his previous tenure in the Indian National Congress. Speaking from the BJP office in Guwahati on February 29, Sarma highlighted the unity and egalitarian ethos that characterizes the BJP.

Sarma emphasized the accessibility and equality inherent in the BJP’s approach to governance and party dynamics. “For a BJP Karyakarta, dining together with Prime Minister Narendra Modi is not just a possibility, it’s a reality,” he asserted, contrasting it with his experience in the Congress party.

Reflecting on his 22-year stint in the Congress, Sarma underscored the stark contrast in the treatment of party members, particularly regarding interactions with top leadership. “In the Congress, the prospect of having dinner with Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi together was beyond imagination,” he remarked, highlighting the hierarchical nature of the Congress party structure.

In contrast, Sarma praised the BJP’s commitment to treating all members as equals, regardless of their position or stature. He reiterated the BJP’s unwavering dedication to serving the people and maintaining a culture of inclusivity, emphasizing the importance of working for the betterment of the people above all else.

Drawing on personal experiences, Sarma recounted instances where the BJP’s egalitarian principles were evident, even among esteemed leaders. “During a national conference in Odisha, there was no distinction between ministers and karyakartas,” he recalled. “We all dined together, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi among us, embodying the essence of BJP’s culture.”

Sarma affirmed that the BJP’s culture and traditions remain steadfast, fostering a sense of belonging and unity among its members. “In BJP, everybody is treated the same,” he affirmed, underlining the party’s commitment to inclusivity and equality.

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