BJP aims galvanizing minority vote ahead of Mandate 2024

New Delhi: One of the issues in the 400-day agenda of BJP’s Mission 2024 is to go among all sections and convert the concept of universal and universal into ground reality. Under this, the party will go among the Muslim community and make them aware about economic interests. The BJP’s effort is to thwart the efforts of the opposition, under which its anti-Muslim picture is presented.

The message given in the BJP’s national executive meeting held in Hyderabad and then in Delhi regarding the minorities, especially the Muslim community, is also related to its election strategy. It also includes the message given by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. BJP’s campaign has started among the economically and socially backward sections within the Muslims.

The party is also reaching out to the Pasmanda community. The only Muslim minister in the Uttar Pradesh government also comes from this community. Actually, BJP has set its big mission for the year 2024, in which it aims to grow beyond its current seats. In such a situation, BJP has to reach even those places where it is still weak. Politically, the BJP’s biggest problem comes from the strategy of the opposition, in which it unites the Muslim community with a winnable candidate in opposition to the BJP. Now the BJP is busy in countering this strategy of the opposition.

BJP’s effort is to go among the Muslims and make them aware on economic issues. Especially which central schemes will benefit them and what kind of business work they can get government help. The party believes that the people of the Muslim community will suddenly start voting in its support, it is not so. Its first attempt is to end the negative image created by the opposition about the BJP among the Muslims. The party can also get political benefits from this. Because, in the situation of polarization, Muslims will not unite in favor of any one even if they do not vote for BJP, at least to defeat it.

Minority front engaged in efforts

The Minority Front of BJP is also engaged in its efforts. After identifying 60 Muslim-dominated seats in the country, preparations are being made for Sneh Yatras and scooter yatras there. Of these, 13 each in Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal, six each in Kerala and Assam, five in Jammu and Kashmir, four in Bihar, three in Madhya Pradesh, two each in Tamil Nadu and Haryana, and one seat each in Maharashtra and Lakshadweep. Are included.

Exercise to increase vote percentage

After the State Working Committee, the BJP has started the exercise of taking the election preparations to the ground level. The focus of the party is on increasing its vote percentage to cross 50 per cent. For this, preparations are being made to make data a weapon. A separate team has been formed in each district to collect the data. State General Secretary Organization Dharampal Singh held a meeting of office bearers of all the six regions in two sessions at the party’s state headquarters on Monday. Instructed them to get involved in this work fast.

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