BJP’s plan for centralized election management in UP; take over as minister

Naveen Bharat Editorial

New Delhi: The BJP is gearing up for centralized management of the upcoming Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, with several ministers being roped in to take charge of districts for faster micro-management, amid assessments that the party is up against another opposition grand. Will be alliance.

Apart from the panel headed by Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, who is the election in-charge, the BJP is gearing up to field its entire battery of ministers to take up the electoral responsibility in UP, where elections are due in February-March. Next year. Ministers who have already been appointed for electoral work in UP have begun touring parts of the states to identify the issues on which the BJP needs to counter its agenda being brought up by the opposition parties. There will need to be an election narrative along with the strategy. , said a leader.

Keeping in mind that the results of the UP elections will decide the direction of national politics, which will also be looked at by some political parties to form possible alliances in future, the BJP is an apt narrative in UP to end identity politics. Will try to build Another leader said.

To increase its electoral chances, the BJP is all set to bring political workers from states including Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar and Maharashtra to each polling booth in 403 assembly constituencies. . “Such political workers will report directly to the central team in Delhi to share real time feedback on which prompt action will be initiated,” the party leader said.

BJP leaders including ministers will regularly camp in different parts of UP after the festive season. Union ministers belonging to UP, along with Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha MPs, will take charge of each district.

Some of the ministers who returned after their initial tour to parts of the state have listed some issues that the BJP will need to address. These include issues like unemployment in Purvanchal, farmers not getting minimum support price and early signs of strengthening non-Yadav OBC castes in favor of the party.

Nadda to visit Manipur to review election preparation
New Delhi: BJP President JP Nadda will begin his tour of the poll-bound states from Manipur, where he will take stock of preparations for next year’s assembly elections later this week. He will be on a two-day visit to Manipur from Saturday. Rajya Sabha MP Anil Baluni said that during his visit, Nadda will take part in some major programs and guide BJP state unit leaders and workers on various issues. Baluni said that the BJP president would visit the booth president’s residence in Utlu (Nambol Mandal) and have lunch at his residence.

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