BJP’s poll campaign to start from 27th

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 26 Oct 2018 10:49:13


 

Staff Reporter,


RAIPUR,

Aiming to achieve the utmost goal of Mission 65 plus, the Bharatiya Janata Party has completed all its preparations. Already the party has announced the candidature for 78 Assembly constituencies and very soon the names of candidates for remaining seats will be announced.  The party has prepared its strategy as to how it will achieve the goal of Mission 65 plus and accordingly it is going to launch its intensive election campaign from October 27.


Informing the mediapersons about the Bharatiya Janata Party’s intensive election campaign schedule BJP National General Secretary and State In-charge Dr Anil Jain said that the party had developed a daily feed-back mechanism and on the basis of feed-backs from every Assembly segment, necessary corrective measures will be taken. BJP is a party of transparent ideology and it will fight the elections on the issue of development. The works undertaken by the State and Central Government to boost development will be taken to the people along with BJP’s perspective of development up to 2025, if it comes to power, it will launch Nava Chhattisgarh development plan.
The BJP National General Secretary said that if we compare the Chhattisgarh of 2003 with today’s Chhattisgarh, there is a difference of hell and heaven. At that time it was a bimaru state which today is striving to get among the frontline developed states in the country. The BJP has already issued the candidatures for 78 seats, whereas, the Congress is busy in its tussle and everyday it is postponing the date for issuing the names of candidates.


Dr Jain said that the incumbent BJP Government under Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has transformed Chhattisgarh into a competent state on the contrary our opposition is neither able to manage its grassroots nor at the upper level is able to announce its candidatures due to stiff infighting. While the Congress was indulged in preparations of dirty CDs, the BJP led State Government here has carried out inclusive development. The state has been connected through a network of roads, rail, power and internet connectivity. Commenting on the dissidence erupted in the party, Dr Jain said that it is in the family and will be take care off.


Giving the details of the campaign programmes which would commence from Saturday, Dr Anil Jain said that on October 27, party workers’ congregation will be held in all 18 Assembly segments where polling will be held in first phase while the party workers’ congregation in the Assembly segments where polling will be held in second phase will be held on November 9. On November 1, all BJP candidates from all remaining 72 seats will file their nominations simultaneously. Thereafter, the party will be carrying out the programme of ‘Ghar-ghar Jhanda campaign, wherein, party leaders, office-bearers and workers will be hoisting party flags on-top of their residences and offices. This campaign will be held in two phases from October 27-30 and November 1 to 5.


On November 4, the party will be celebrating Kamal Diwali, wherein, party leaders, office-bearers and workers will be lighting up their houses with diyas and draw party symbol with rangoli in front of their houses. From November 1 to November 4, the party will be taking out motor-cycle rallies throughout the state. On October 18, the party will be holding election meetings by national and state senior BJP leaders in all 18 Assembly segments simultaneously where polling will be held in the first phase. Similarly, in second phase, the party will be holding similar election meetings in all 72 Assembly segments.


The BJP National General Secretary further informed that the public meetings of Prime Minister Narendra Modi covering Assembly segments under first and second phase will be held for which information will be given later. BJP National President Amit Shah will be addressing election rallies in every district for which programmes are being fixed. Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh will be addressing 3 public meetings in first phase and 4 in second phase, schedule for which is also being fixed. Similarly, schedules for other Union Ministers like Nitin Gadkari, Ravishankar Prasad, etc are also being finalised.