PM Modi reiterated his firm stand against corruption at the BJP National Executive Meet that concluded in the capital on Monday. "My battle against corruption is uncompromising. Anyone caught indulging in corruption will not be spared. I have no relatives (to benefit)," the PM said.
Union finance minister Arun Jaitley shared the key points of the PM's speech at the meet, where the party also adopted a six-point agenda to rid the country of poverty, terrorism, casteism, communalism and corruption. He stressed that "conventional politics like winning elections is ongoing, but the faith reposited in us by the people is a means to take democracy forward."
"The main point of PM Modi's speech was that we should make the BJP an instrument of mass participation to improve people's quality of life," Jaitley said. The PM went on to outline the idea of a 'New India' where "all schemes will be taken to the public," and "party workers would act as a bridge between the BJP and the people."
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