Lucknow: In the runup to the Panchayat Elections in Uttar Pradesh, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is preparing a strategy by holding meetings at the district level between January 7 and 17. To further decide on the plan of action, a meeting was held on Sunday in the presence of BJP’s national vice-president, state in-charge Radha Mohan Singh and state president Swatantra Dev Singh.
The party has plans to hold meetings at the district level about the panchayat elections.
A regional in-charge was appointed in the meeting and the party has also prepared a plan to organize a program at the district level by as early as Swami Vivekananda Jayanti on 12 January. Party vice-president Radha Mohan Singh said according to the latest survey by global consultancy and research firm Manning Consult, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s net approval rating is 55 percent which is the highest.
He said, “Under the leadership of PM Modi, the BJP government at the Centre is continuously working keeping in mind the development of the village, the poor and the farmer. Panchayat elections are important for the party because after the Modi government came to the centre, the budget of Gram Panchayat or urban body has been increased so that people get better facilities and villages are also developed.”
State President of the party Swatantra Dev Singh further made clear that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken a pledge to help villages prosper and socially and economically.
In the meeting, State General Secretary JPS Rathore was declared as in-charge of West Zone, Govind Narayan Shukla for State Headquarters, Ashwani Tyagi for Braj, Amarpal Maurya for Oudh, Subrata Pathak for Kashi, Anoop Gupta for Gorakhpur, Priyanka Singh Rawat in charge of Kanpur-Bundelkhand region.