Samarpan Diwas is observed to commemorate the contributions of BJP's founder leader Pundit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya on his death anniversary. Several people took to Twitter to share screenshots of their contribution on Samarpan Diwas.
New Delhi: On Samarpan Diwas, which is being observed by the BJP on February 11, party leaders have urged workers and supporters to donate (any amount) for the building of a New India.
The amount can be paid through the Narendra Modi app. it can be anything from Rs 5 to Rs1000. The BJP is of the opinion that this step is necessary in order to bring transparency, accountability & honesty in political funding.
Samarpan Diwas is observed to commemorate the contributions of BJP's founder leader Pundit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya on his death anniversary.
Meanwhile, several party leaders have taken to Twitter to share their contribution and urged the Karyakartas to do the same.
Let's participate in #SamarpanDiwas program at every booth & contribute any amount from Rs 5 to Rs 1000 to the party through @narendramodi Aap. @BJP4India is of the opinion that in order to bring transparency, accountability & honesty in political funding this is necessary. pic.twitter.com/qx4tZCXmOB— Sunil Deodhar (@Sunil_Deodhar) February 11, 2019
On #SamarpanDiwas, the Punya Tithi of Adarniya Pt. #DeenDayalUpadhayay ji, I contribute to the movement to enhance transparency in politics. Urging all to donate to @BJP4India. One can make these donations in an easy way using the NaMo App. pic.twitter.com/IOFFgKIZIq— Biplab Kumar Deb (@BjpBiplab) February 11, 2019
The public also seems to like this campaign as several of them shared screen shorts of their contribution on the Samarpan Diwas.
Indeed Sir, #DeendayalUpadhyaya ji journey from Sang Swamsewak to Sangh President remained dedicated to the country's service and country's interest. शत शत नमन to him on his Punyatithi. I have made my contribution & Request all friends to do the same#SamarpanDiwas pic.twitter.com/MpHzrUP0QQ— NishantS🇮🇳 (@nishants79) February 11, 2019
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