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BJP’s Global Diplomacy: 10 Nations’ Political Parties to Observe India’s Lok Sabha Polls

In a significant move towards global diplomacy, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has extended invitations to representatives from 18 political parties across 10 nations to visit India and observe the ongoing Lok Sabha polls. The visit, aimed at fostering international ties and sharing insights into India’s democratic process, will see foreign leaders engaging with top BJP officials including party president J P Nadda and External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar.

The BJP has expressed its eagerness to offer foreign delegates a firsthand experience of India’s electoral system, providing them with insights into the party’s election campaign strategies and the overall electoral process. During their visit, scheduled interactions with key BJP leaders will include briefings from Nadda and Union Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw.

Among the political parties sending representatives are Australia’s Liberal Party, Vietnam’s Communist Party of Vietnam, Bangladesh’s Awami League, Israel’s Likud Party, Uganda’s National Resistance Movement, and Tanzania’s Chama Cha Mapinduzi. Additionally, Russia’s United Russia Party will also be part of the delegation.

Sri Lanka will be represented by the Podujana Peramuna and United National Party, while Mauritius will send delegates from the Militant Socialist Movement, Labour Party, Militant Movement, and Parti Mauricien Social Democrate. From Nepal, the delegation will include members from the Nepali Congress, Janamat Party, Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist-Leninist), Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist), and Rashtriya Swatantra Party.

Vijay Chauthaiwale, the in-charge of BJP’s foreign affairs department, emphasized that this visit is a part of the party’s global outreach programme ‘Know BJP’, which was launched by Nadda on its 43rd foundation day last year. The programme aims to familiarize international stakeholders with the BJP’s ideologies, policies, and its role in Indian politics.

The visit of these foreign political parties on the BJP’s invitation underscores the party’s efforts to engage with the global community and showcase India’s democratic vibrancy. It also signifies a broader trend of political parties worldwide seeking to understand and learn from each other’s electoral processes and strategies.

This initiative holds significance not only in terms of bilateral relations but also in the context of strengthening democratic values and cooperation among nations. As India continues to play a significant role on the global stage, such interactions contribute to fostering mutual understanding and cooperation between political entities across borders.

In a world where geopolitical dynamics are constantly evolving, initiatives like these highlight the importance of dialogue and engagement among nations, transcending political differences for the greater good. The visit of these foreign political representatives to India is not just a diplomatic gesture but a step towards building stronger relationships and promoting democratic ideals worldwide.

Jhumpa Lahiri

Jhumpa Lahiri

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