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Ministers will be tested on 9 years of Modi government, got 'arget' of 160 Lok Sabha seats

Maharanee Kumari
Ministers will be tested on 9 years of Modi government got target of 160 Lok Sabha seats
Ministers will be tested on 9 years of Modi government got target of 160 Lok Sabha seats

BJP's strategy is to increase public relations in weak seats on the occasion of 9 years of Modi government. The achievements of the Modi government should be conveyed to the people and feedback should be taken from them.

It has been 9 years since the Modi government came to power in the country. Before the next year's Lok Sabha elections, the Modi government wants to further strengthen its hold among the public. In view of this, the central ministers have been given a big responsibility. Every minister has to spend 8 days in different parliamentary constituencies in a month.

On the occasion of 9 years of the Modi government, ministers will be deployed for BJP's Maha Sampark Abhiyan. Every Union Minister has been given the responsibility of 4 Lok Sabha seats. Every minister has been instructed to spend 2-2 days in all such Lok Sabha seats. In this way, in this one month, these ministers will stay on these Lok Sabha seats for 8 days. This program is an important part of the 1-month Maha Sampark Abhiyan prepared by the BJP. The party has decided to run a month-long mass contact campaign from May 30 to June 30.

In this campaign, apart from the office bearers and central ministers, all the important leaders of the state have been assigned different responsibilities. The Chief Ministers of the states also have to play their role in this 1 month Maha Sampark Abhiyan. As far as central ministers are concerned, their posting in different states has been decided.

Which ministers will stay where?

Union Minister S Jaishankar has to stay in Delhi. While Hardeep Singh Puri will have to perform his duty in Jammu and Kashmir. Nirmala Sitharaman will have the responsibility of Karnataka while Bhupendra Yadav Maharashtra, Piyush Goyal Rajasthan, Narendra Singh Tomar UP, Dharmendra Pradhan, and Smriti Irani West Bengal, Jyotiraditya Scindia Maharashtra, Arjun Ram Meghwal Punjab, V Muraleedharan Andhra Pradesh, and Kiren Rijiju will remain in Assam. Apart from these, party leaders and MPs have also been given responsibility.

MPs will have these responsibilities

Apart from Union ministers, former Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani Delhi, Sambit Patra Tripura, Vinod Tawde Bihar, Tripura former CM Biplab Deb Haryana, Himachal ex-CM Jairam Thakur Haryana, BJP General Secretary Tarun Chugh MP, Sunil Bansal Telangana, Dilip Saikia P Bengal, CT Ravi Tamil Nadu, Tejashwi Surya and Shahnawaz Hussain will stay in UP.

Significantly, these are the same 160 Lok Sabha seats where BJP is weak. In these seats, the BJP either won with a small margin in the Lok Sabha elections or came second, or never won at all.

BJP's strategy is to increase public contact on these weak seats on the occasion of 9 years of the Modi government. The achievements of the Modi government should be conveyed to the people and feedback should be taken from them. In this mass contact campaign, a special focus will be on the beneficiaries. On the basis of the feedback taken from the beneficiaries, the party will try to sharpen its strategy in the next Lok Sabha elections.