Fill the vaccum in AP opposition position: BJP national general secretary

Vastavam web: BJP national general secretary Ram Madhav on Tuesday warned his party leaders in Andhra Pradesh not to bask in the glory of Prime Minister Narendra Modi but work with a killer instinct to grab power in the state in 2024. “Modi will be Prime Minister for the next 10-15 years. We will derive benefit out of his good governance and people- oriented programmes but that is not sufficient. Aim is to grow as a potent force,” Madhav said.

He observed that BJP was in politics “not for charity.” As any political party, it aimed to come to power and serve the people and develop the state. He said, there was a vacuum in the opposition position in AP. We have to vaccum and work with a killer instinct to get the power in 2024, Madhav said. “Dont call Delhi (leadership) all the time and seek action.Delhi will do whatever needs to be done but the local party should travel the hard way and fight for the people,” he said.