He was accompanied by Union Minister Jual Oram, BJP Legislative Party leader Kanak Vardhan Singhdeo, BJP state unit chief Basant Panda and some senior leaders during their lunch at the house of Maheswar Suna.
All party MPs, MLAs, corporators and civic body members have been tasked to visit 20,000 villages across the country between April 14 and May 5, spend a night there, and publicise various central government's schemes.
Ananth Kumar, Parliamentary Affairs Minister, said, "BJP works for connecting people, Congress works for dividing people".
The Congress today accused BJP chief Amit Shah of dragging political discourse to a new low as it condemned his stinging remarks in which he equated opposition parties to "snakes, cats and dogs" for uniting against the BJP in next year's general elections. "We are in no way demolishing the reservation (policy)", Shah said. The BJP is the party of "a new India" and his party "believes in India's diversity, its unique culture and the strengths of 125 crore Indians", he said. "This takes the total number of booth workers in each constituency to 7500", said Danve. "Parties whose ideologies don't even match are coming together to put up a front, fearing Modi", Shah said.
Citing electoral wins in the North-East, Shah said Modi's popularity has not diminished. All the opposition parties are continuously calling for unity to defeat the BJP.
The BJP president congratulated party cadres for the BJP's success.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday greeted the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers on the occasion of party's Foundation Say (Sthapana Diwas) and asserted the BJP will continue to make relentless efforts in transforming India.
He also said that this was "not the golden period" of the BJP. We want to take benefits of economic growth to the poor and backward sections such as Dalits... Mr Shah, while speaking to the media after a rally to mark the BJP's 38th foundation day, also said, "I maintain that the Karnataka government's move to give Lingayats a separate religion status is a move to divide the Hindus".
In a strong statement, Mumbai Congress President Sanjay Nirupam said "the Opposition is an equally strong arm of the legislature as the ruling party and must be treated with the respect it deserved". He must have given some injection that is why now Rahul Baba is daring to ask about four-and-half years of Modi government. Answering his question the Prime Minister said, "Yes, the situation has changed considerably". "Devendraji has ample political savvy to keep the opposition at bay, but his energies are largely squandered in streamlining the administration, " said a BJP MLA.