new Delhi: The next Lok Sabha election may be held in the year 2024, but the Bharatiya Janata Party has already started preparing for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. In this connection, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national president JP Nadda will start a 120-day migration campaign across the country from the first week of December. BJP president JP Nadda will start it from December 5.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is going to start strengthening its base for the Lok Sabha elections 2024. For this, BJP President JP Nadda will start from Devbhoomi Uttarakhand from 5 December. During this, BJP President JP Nadda will go among the workers and meet them. Also, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will give the message among the public.
Actually, BJP wants that there should be no laxity in the work of government and organization in the states where BJP is in government. Apart from this, in states where there is no government, the organization should be strengthened so that the party’s position can be improved. With this objective, the migration program of BJP President JP Nadda has been fixed throughout the country.
Objective to strengthen the organization
BJP national general secretary Arun Singh said that the purpose of this migration program is to give more strength to the organization, make every booth unit more active and strengthen it. This program will be started in the first week of December from Devbhoomi Uttarakhand.
He informed that in this migration scheme, there will be a meeting with every booth president and booth committees. There will be a meeting with the Mandal President and the Mandal Committees. National President JP Nadda will also work to encourage booth committees and Mandal workers under this migration scheme. Arun Singh said that in the upcoming assembly elections in states, what the party is prepared for, what strategy has been made, it will also be reviewed and the national president JP Nadda will also give guidance in this regard.
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