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Patna: BJP national president Amit Shah on January 10 said the party will take a lead in bringing purity in politics, transparency in funding to political parties and making elections least expensive (Kharchrahit) during the
on going Deendayal Upadhaya centenray celebrations year.
Addressing a gathering at the release of 15 volumes of collections of works and speeches of one of the founders of the Janasanagh at S K Memorial Hall, Shah said party was committed to bring in electoral reforms. The party has formed a rialcommittee to suggest measures to suggest poll reforms. PM Narendra Modi has appealed to all political parties to suggest election reforms, Shah said.
Shah said the BJP wanted to end role of black money in politics and demonetisation was a step in that direction. The BJP has taken a vow to establish pure politics, he added. Shah said BJP with 11 crore members was the largest political party in the world and it was the only party where there was an inner democracy and elections are held at regular intervals for the organisation. BJP is working on the model set up by Deendayal Upadhaya right from
lowest (Mandal) level to national level.
BJP president said the Modi government was fulfilling the ideals of Deendayal Upadhaya by launching several programmes aimed at uplift of the poorest of the poor (Antodaya) and listed Ujawala LPG scheme, Jan
Dhan scheme, DBTL of LPG cylinders subsidy and claimed demonetisation was aimed at helping the poor and harming the rich having ill gotten money.