RSS eyes better organizational coordination in the runup to 2024 LS elections
Lucknow: The emphasis of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) is on increasing coordination. This coordination will not be limited only to the government and the organization. There is a plan to move ahead with better coordination with other organizations of Vichar Parivar. A meeting of the BJP core committee was held at the Chief Minister’s residence regarding all these points. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and RSS Sarkaryavah Dattatroy Hosabale were also present in the meeting.
UP is very important for the BJP from the point of view of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
In the last two Lok Sabha elections, UP has fully supported the BJP. This is the reason that even in 2024, the party wants to compensate for the profit and loss in other states from Uttar Pradesh itself.
In the meeting of the BJP Core Committee, emphasis was laid on increasing coordination from the electoral point of view. All the MPs and MLAs of BJP are such that they have less contact with the people of Sangh. There are many people’s representatives among them, who came to BJP from other parties.
Everyone has to increase contact with the Sangh. Apart from this, by coordinating with other organizations of Vichar Parivar (affiliate organizations of the Sangh), they will also be assigned responsibilities from the point of view of elections.
In-charge ministers should create coordination in the districts Along with the organization, discussions were held to increase coordination at the government level as well. It was told that when the ministers in charge go to their districts, they should also keep regular contact with the local organization of BJP. Coordinate them with the local administration as well. Apart from this, the minister in charge should also keep contact with the people of Sangh and Vichar Parivar. The ministers in charge will have to play the role of a bridge to maintain balance between all organizations including the BJP.
Discussion on vacant seats also
Apart from this, two Legislative Council seats with MLA quota have also become vacant. Out of these, one seat has become vacant after Laxman Acharya became the Governor and the other after the death of Banwari Lal Dohra. Along with this, Swar seat has also become vacant due to termination of membership of MLA son of Azam Khan. There is also a by-election to be held. Brainstorming was also held on various other topics including strategy to win the lost seats. State BJP President Bhupendra Chaudhary, State General Secretary Organization Dharampal Singh, Deputy Chief Ministers Keshav Prasad Maurya and Brajesh Pathak were present in the meeting.