BJP to behave like a ruling party

BJP to behave like a ruling party

BJP to behave like  a ruling party
The BJP intends to shed opposition mindset and behave responsibly like a ruling party and has opted for a “wait and see” response by appropriate stakeholders on Pakistan-sponsored terrorism.

Without referring to Uri terror attack, party chief Amit Shah told office-bearers to walk the talk and deliver on pre-decided agenda of the national conclave on integral humanism and welfare of the last man.

The BJP has dedicated its three-day national council meeting, which began on Friday, to celebrate birth centenary of Deendayal Upadhyaya.

BJP secretary general Ram Madhav, who is also party’s pointsman for Jammu and Kashmir affairs, said all important issues raised will be taken at the meeting and “we appreciate sentiments in the country”, alluding to Pakistan’s latest terror act. “Much has happened in the last three days, especially at the diplomatic level. India’s diplomatic initiative is for every one to see,” Madhav said at a press conference on repeated queries over the party’s stand on Uri Army base attack by militants.

The party leader was hinting at the government raising the terror issue at the UN to isolate Pakistan globally and that the army has been allowed to take appropriate action.
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