Lok Sabha Election / Shah-Nadda will brainstorm with election in-charges, what is the agenda of the meeting?

Zoom News : Feb 24, 2024, 11:00 AM
Lok Sabha Election: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has geared up for the Lok Sabha elections. Today, an important meeting of the party's election in-charges is going to be held in Delhi, in which Prime Minister Narendra Modi's strategy to achieve the target of 400 plus seats will be discussed. BJP national president JP Nadda and Amit Shah will be present in this meeting. The meeting of BJP election in-charges will be held at BJP headquarters from 10 am.

BJP is confident of forming the NDA government for the third time. In this context, election preparations in BJP have gained momentum. Election in-charges and co-in-charges of the states will attend the meeting. BJP President JP Nadda and Union Home Minister Amit Shah will give the mantra of victory to this BJP team. In the meeting, the election programs being run in all the states will be reviewed. In this, the work to be done regarding the Lok Sabha elections will also be discussed, while the outline of the party's election goals will also be prepared in the coming days.

BJP's plan to increase seats in South India

This time, under the new strategy, BJP has made a separate strategy for the weak seats, while the focus has also been on the seats lost by small margins in the last elections. Apart from this, a solid plan has been prepared to increase BJP's seats in South India also. Special issues have been chosen to sharpen BJP's election campaign with NDA constituents. A plan is ready to connect the beneficiary class also with the party.

PM Modi himself has set a target of winning 370-plus seats for BJP and '400-plus' seats for NDA. To win maximum seats in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, BJP has focused on 'knowledge'. ‘Knowledge’ means ‘poor’, youth, food provider and women. India alliance is busy making its strategy to counter BJP. Congress's alliance with Aam Aadmi Party is considered final, while the situation with Mamata Banerjee is not clear. A game of yes and no is being played between the two parties.

NDA had won 353 seats in the last Lok Sabha elections.

In the last Lok Sabha elections, NDA had won 353 seats, while UPA had won 91 and others had won 98 seats. Voting was held in seven phases between April 11 and May 19. At the same time, voting was about 67 percent. It is being told that Lok Sabha elections will be held in April and May this year. It is expected that the Election Commission can release the election schedule in March. Before that, political parties have started finalizing their strategy.