New Year-BJP’s ‘Mission 123’ started for 2019

BJP’s ‘Mission 123’ started for 2019

On 24th December, the latest buzz is the inauguration of new Institute of Technology Institute in Bhubaneswar, rally in Khurda.

On December 25, his next stop was in Assam.

‘Modi will again go to Silchar of Assam on January 4th.

Will address a rally in Mayurbhanj, Odisha on January 5th.

Party President Amit Shah will work on activating a team on every booth to streamline the BJP’s booth-level plan, to reach out to the 22 crore beneficiaries benefited from the schemes of the government. Shah will address 15,000 leaders in the National Council meeting of BJP in Delhi on January 11, 12.

Assistant Professor of Political Science at Ashoka University and co-director of Trivedi Center for a latest buzz of Political Data, Gilles Verniers said that in the recent elections, the voters made their views independently, and did not give the impression of traditional BJP attack against Congress.

From 12th January, ‘Nation with Namo’ activist network will be formed for the youth who want to make Morcha the Prime Minister again. Under this, entrepreneurs and farmers from all over the country will also be explained to support Modi in 2019.

Under latest buzz the leadership of Poonam Mahajan, BJP Yuva Morcha has been given the 14-point program to attract voters for the first time. For the first time since January 12, the ‘First Vote Modi’ campaign will be launched to inspire the voters to give their votes for Modi for the first time. Under this, the Town Hall program will also be organized in different cities from 16 to 22 January.

Bharatiya Janata Party is trying to recover from the shock of losing 15-year-old government in three major Hindi states- Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh in the recent Assembly elections. It wants to get rid of it in winning new areas. For this, he has started ‘Mission 123’.

Party officials told that the BJP has started its ‘Mission 123’. Under this, he is focusing on winning the 123 Lok Sabha seats he contested against, which he did not win despite the Modi wave in 2014. Last year, the party has handed over charge of these 123 seats to each leader in 25 parts.

Officials said that the party wants to use the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s public rally for the next 100 days. Modi himself will visit these 123 parliamentary seats spread in 20 states and * will activate BJP workers as well as demand the support of voters. These include West Bengal, Assam, and Odisha, where there are a total of 77 Lok Sabha seats. But the BJP won only 10 out of these. A BJP general secretary said on condition of anonymity, “Prime Minister Modi is still a popular leader and is the only leader who can give a permanent government even further. We will propagate this thing and take advantage of it.

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