Modi Strategy for 2019 Election
The BJP has started gearing up to win the 2019 Lok Sabha election. In a meeting of the party’s Parliamentary Board on Thursday, Narendra Modi asked party leaders to reach as much as possible to the youth. Modi said, “There is a lot of dependency on the mobile phone compared to newspapers and TV channels for the country’s youth information, so when it is in the 12th class, then start contacting it.”
According to the news agency, Modi told the party leaders in the meeting, Encourage the use of BHIM app during working in the week, tell people also about it and ask them to download it.
Modi also told to campaign from Ambedkar’s work and contribution from party leaders in the meeting. PM said that Youth should be the Central Welfare Works of the Central Government and the Ambassador of Good Governance.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar briefed reporters about Modi’s speech after the meeting.
In the assembly elections of 4 states (UP, Uttarakhand, Manipur, Goa), this conference of the Parliamentary Board was convened to celebrate the party’s excellent performance and to decide the future direction of the party.
What did Amit Shah say?
In the meeting, party President Amit Shah said, “After winning the elections in the states, now the next challenge for the Parliamentary Elections Party is that the victory in the assembly elections is in favour of the leadership of Modiji, against casteism, familyism, corruption”
Party will launch many programs on Ambedkar Jayanti
It was also revealed in the meeting that the results of the UP elections have proved that the BJP has been able to reach out to the Dalit’s. Therefore, it was decided that on 14th April, the party will launch several week-long programs on Ambedkar Jayanti.
BJP will also do such programs in every Panchayat and Ward. The party will celebrate its foundation day on April 6. Meanwhile, party leaders and workers will participate in Clean India Campaign.
In the meeting, party leaders were also asked to prepare for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.