The BJP will also test the activism of its MPs during a month-long public relations campaign to be conducted on the occasion of completion of nine years of the Modi government. In view of the Lok Sabha elections to be held next year, the BJP, which is preparing to cut tickets for many MPs, will also assess their performance and capabilities through various programs organized under the public relations campaign to prepare the report cards of their parliamentary representatives.
BJP central leadership eyes countrywide campaign
The BJP will sound the bugle of its preparations for the Lok Sabha elections through a public relations campaign to be organized from May 30 to June 30. For this purpose, the party is going to organize various activities to help different sections of the society. The central leadership of BJP is eyeing this much publicized nationwide campaign of the party.
BJP is eyeing 80 Lok Sabha seats in UP
The party leadership will closely monitor the campaign to ensure that UP with 80 Lok Sabha seats plays the most important role in forming a BJP coalition government at the Center for the third time. It is obvious that in the center of this monitoring will be the Lok Sabha members of the party, about whom the party has to decide in the near future whether it will bet on them again or cut their tickets.
The party will organize a conference for its fighters of internet media
Under the public relations campaign of the party, public meetings will be organized in every Lok Sabha constituency of the state. Enlightened class and businessmen conferences will be organized at the assembly constituency level. The party is also leaving no stone unturned to organize conferences of beneficiaries of government schemes. The party is also preparing to organize a conference for its fighters of internet media.
PM Modi has already given advice to MP to increase activism in the area
Apart from this, International Yoga Day on June 21, Dr. Syama Prasad Mukherjee’s death anniversary on June 23 and public awareness against Emergency and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’ on June 25. In the meeting of the BJP parliamentary party held in February, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has advised the party MPs to increase their activism in the region. It is believed that the party will also test the strength of its MPs through a series of programmes.