BJP Gears Up for Lok Sabha Elections with Public Outreach and Campaigns
New Delhi. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has taken decisive steps to prepare for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. In a bid to engage with the public and bolster support, the party has initiated various programs aimed at creating a favorable environment. BJP President JP Nadda conducted a virtual meeting with all Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha MPs to discuss strategies.
During the meeting, Nadda outlined plans for the upcoming “Seva Pakhwada,” scheduled to take place from September 17th to October 2nd, coinciding with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthday. The party intends to organize several events and activities during this period, including blood donation camps, cleanliness campaigns, and comprehensive health check-ups. Additionally, efforts will be made to assist individuals without Ayushman cards in obtaining the necessary healthcare coverage.
One of the prominent campaigns discussed in the meeting is the “Meri Maati Mera Desh” initiative. As part of this campaign, BJP workers will collect soil from villages across the country, which will be used to create an “Amrit Udyan” (Elixir Garden) near the designated path. This campaign aims to foster deeper connections between the party and the public, with MPs encouraged to communicate extensively through it.
Moreover, MPs have been advised to interact more actively with the public through the Meri Maati Mera Desh campaign. The campaign will involve creating Amrit Vatikas (Gardens of Elixir) in every village from September 1st to 15th, followed by the collection of soil from each village. This soil will then be used to build the Amrit Udyan along the specified path. The campaign will culminate in a significant event in Delhi at the end of October, where Prime Minister Modi is expected to participate.
With these strategic moves, the BJP is setting the stage for an active and engaged election season, focusing on public service and connectivity to strengthen its electoral position.