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BJP on full swing to hold multiple rallies across the country ahead the polls

New Delhi, July 7 (): The Saffron outfit which has been out of power for some time now has planned to roll out its election machinery effectively with full strength ahead the 14th Lok Sabha election which is now moving very close.

Intending to draw a highly structured plan to swing the people entitled to vote in its favour, the BJP’s campaign machinery, headed by the party campaign chief Narendra Modi, has prepared a tight schedule that would see the party’s senior leaders travelling and roaming around to almost all parts of the country.

A senior leader involved in sketching the campaign route claimed that there will be a big rally in each group of constituencies’ spanning5-6 Lok Sabha seats. In Uttar Pradesh alone, which has 80 Lok Sabha constituencies, the BJP will conduct almost a dozen public meetings.

The Gujarat chief minister, who is well known for his qualities and booming skills would likely address all these rallies, sources said. Besides Modi all the top leaders including L.K. Advani, Rajnath Singh, Murli Manohar Joshi, Sushma Swaraj and Arun Jaitley will also attend the rallies aiming in revealing the unity among the party.

The Bihar unit might expect Modi to address at least seven public meetings in the state. Modi will likely be accompanying senior leaders in at least four of them, said party workers. Other state including Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Rajasthan will also be witnessing such bigger rallies, said the party workers.

Party’s deputy leader in Rajya Sabha Ravi Shankar Prasad claimed that the party has an ideological plan of intensifying good contact and convey the messages to the people of the country of good governance, national security and effective leadership.

The BJP is planning to escalate its organisational machinery in states like Delhi, UP, Jharkhand and Karnataka, where the party has been marginalizing in the past, by having booth-level workers.