The BJP, the largest political party in the world, celebrated its foundation day on April 6th, with former Himachal Pradesh chief minister Jairam Thakur lauding the party’s workers for their contribution to its growth and success.

Speaking at a gathering in Shimla/Hamirpur, Thakur acknowledged the tireless efforts of BJP workers, who have worked selflessly to ensure the party’s success.
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Speaking at a gathering in Shimla/Hamirpur, Thakur acknowledged the tireless efforts of BJP workers, who have worked selflessly to ensure the party’s success.

The BJP, which was founded on April 6th, 1980, has come a long way since its inception. Its commitment to building a strong, prosperous, and united India has resonated with the people of the country, helping it gain their trust and support  The BJP’s success can also be attributed to its strong organizational structure and its focus on issues such as development, nationalism, and good governance. The party’s workers, who are known for their dedication and grassroots-level work, have played a crucial role in the party’s growth and expansion across the country.

Today, the BJP has over 180 million members, making it the largest political party in the world. The party has formed governments in several states across the country and has been in power at the center for over seven year

role of party workers in making it the world’s largest political party. The BJP’s success is a result of its focus on issues that matter to the people, its strong organizational structure, and the hard work and dedication of its workers.

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