BJP chief Amit Shah on Friday asked party workers in Haryana to make the party "invincible" by turning every booth into its stronghold.
Addressing a gathering of BJP office-bearers here on the last day of his visit to the state, Shah asked party activists not to be complacent or rest till "every person gets food, every child gets education and every field gets water".
He asked them to work towards making India "the world's leader".
The BJP believes that the last man standing in the queue has to benefit from various schemes, Shah said.
He exhorted them to make "the party invincible and turn every booth in Haryana into its stronghold".
With an eye on the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, Shah is travelling across states to strategise and find ways to strengthen the party at the grass-root level.