BJP chief JP Nadda begins preparing for the 2024 elections, to go on a 100-day national tour
The national chairman of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), JP Nadda, will travel the country to strengthen the organization with the aim of starting to prepare for the 2024 general elections.
Nadda, not resting on the laurels of a great victory, will soon undertake a 100-day ‘Rashtriya Vistrit Pravas’ across the country. In addition, he has divided the days of his stay in a state to work on the elaboration of a strategy for the general elections of 2024. One of the objectives would be to work on the seats that the party did not win in 2019 and also on how to win those seats In 2024 it has been listed as one of the crucial aspects of the journey that the BJP chief would soon undertake.
Nadda, who has been praised by Prime Minister Narendra Modi for winning the Bihar elections, would meet with the party’s public representatives, debate and discuss new potential coalitions, improve the image of state governments, interact with various influential groups, it would bring clarity on the ideology of the party in the painting. and initiate a dialogue with senior party officials and coalition partners in the states.
“Include teams in the decision-making process and its objectives, give a detailed report on the activities related to the party and bring uniformity in various activities and expand the footprints of the party with the aim of making the country Supreme”, a source highly located said.
Taking into account the spread of Covid-19, during his tour of several states, it was requested not to gather more than 200 people in a large room.
“There should be a temperature control machine, disinfectant and mandatory mask instructions in place and there should be no shawl, garland giveaway program on stage. All aspects of the meeting must be well documented, ”said a senior source.
The states have also been classified in categories A, B, C and D. Category A is the states where BJP is in government or is a main partner of the coalition like Nagaland, Bihar, Karnataka, Tripura, etc.
Category ‘B’ refers to those states where the BJP is not in power like Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Delhi, Punjab, Odisha.
Category ‘C’ belongs to small states like Lakshadweep, Meghalaya and Mizoram and Category D is for election-bound states such as Kerala, West Bengal, Assam, Pudducherry and Tamil Nadu.
Except for Uttar Pradesh, Nadda will stay in category ‘C’ states for 2 days as far as categories A and B are concerned, the national president will stay for 3 days. In UP, the national president will be doing pravas for 8 days.