BJP to conduct discipline class for party MPs, attendance compulsory

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has raised with a moralistic behavior and mannerism class to discipline all its party members, particularly newcomers. Commencing from today, the ‘AbhyasVarga’ session will be carried in New Delhi and attending the same is mandatory. It is a two-day schedule that will end on August 3.

PM Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah will lead over today’s event. Moreover, all other party MLAs and working president JP Nadda will be accompanying the session.

Parliamentarians will be trained on carrying themselves in Parliament and outside it. It is also proclaimed that the main target audience would be the new BJP MPs, according to the DNA report. They will also be familiarized on how to relate with masses on issues related to public welfare.

The training workshop is being held at the GMC Balayogi Auditorium in the Parliament Library building. A dedicated session on NaMo App and social media is also drawn during the day that will have Amit Malviya, the national IT head of the BJP as a speaker.

Mr. Nadda will confer the inaugural speech and Shah will speak about the role and responsibility of MPs in parliament. The prime minister will address the conference tomorrow. The media will be provided to invade for a precise continuance only for captivating the workshop exercises.Fresh incidents involving BJP leaders’ controversial remarks, speeches, and hate procreation which pitted the party’s image.

On following some of the incidents which happened from 2008 like Malegaon blasts accused Pragya Thakur, Ram Shankar Katheria, Akash Vijavargiya to parliamentarian Sakshi Maharaj and Unnao rape accused Kuldeep Sengar, the party has been under a closer look.

The workshop is assumed to develop awareness concerning the do’s and don’ts one has to follow. It will also notify the members regarding the decorum and basic peculiarities which a parliamentarian is presumed to display.

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