New Delhi: JP Nadda, the national president of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), will meet with a group of Heads of Mission to India on Monday. According to a statement released by the party, Heads of Mission from 14 countries will meet with Nadda tomorrow at 4 p.m. at BJP Headquarters 6A, Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay Margin Delhi. This interaction is part of the "Know BJP" effort, which was initiated by the party's national president.
Nadda launched the new project "Know BJP" expressly to engage global audiences on the BJP Foundation Day and interacted with Heads of Missions from 13 countries around the world. The "Know BJP" effort will provide thorough information on the party's history, doctrine, structure, and current activities.
In the future, the BJP hopes to maintain such contacts with small groups of foreign ambassadors. Delegation exchanges with political parties from various nations are also being organised, according to the statement.
Nadda will speak on the BJP's history, hardships, victories, ideology, and commitment to nation-building during this event. He will also respond to the prominent guests' questions. After that, a documentary video portraying the Jan Sangh and BJP's journey will be screened throughout the session.