Rajasthan BJP energized with party president Amit Shah’s visit, is all set to bounce back into the game. The 2-day BJP state meeting was the first step towards planning election strategies.
Local leaders, eyeing the 2018 Rajasthan assembly polls, conducted a state-level meeting chaired by state BJP president Mr. Ashok Parnami and the current chief minister of Rajasthan Ms. Vasundhara Raje on Thursday. State level officer, District Presidents, Organization In-charge, and the heads of various corporations and boards pondered over the instructions issued by Shah. The main objective of the state BJP meeting was to prepare office bearers for the upcoming challenges in the election year.
This year, BJP would enter into the elections with the agenda of ‘development’ as earlier. On his 3-day trip to Rajasthan, Shah instructed the party workers to consolidate their position in every booth, city, and village. To do so, they ought to leave a long-lasting impression on the voters, with their work. The party members, quite adamant at following instructions, decided to wind up major development projects before the party contests elections. Hence, the 2-day BJP meeting is in the process, to go over election strategies.
Expressing faith in his party’s performance, President Ashok Parnami claimed that BJP has its stronghold in villages and the cities. Their efforts and development-centric policies have produced positive outcomes for the party, until today. Bearing this in mind, CM Raje made public service her agenda for this year. She had laid down instructions for the party workers to spread the benefits of government-run schemes to rightful beneficiaries.
After inspiring the party members to perform, the state president sent out a strong message to the opposition. Referring to the relief works being carried out in flood-hit region, Parnami criticized the opposition leaders for politicizing the government’s efforts. “Do Service, Not Politics” was his message to the Congressmen. Confident of their victory, the BJP is set to accomplish their election goals before the scheduled deadline. It’s not just the ‘Modi wave’ they’re riding on; development seems to be the new mantra for elections.