As Modi government has completed 4 years, the Bhartiya Janta Party has bounced back in election mode so as to prepare for the 2019 General elections. This time, the saffron party is ready with its list of achievements and is focusing on the implantation of development projects taken up by the centre.
The party has even come up with a new campaign with the tagline “Saaf Niyat, Sahi Vikas” (Clean Intentions, Right Development). Also, BJP has changed its slogan from “Abki Baar Modi Sarkar” to “2019 Mein Phir Modi Sarkar”. Besides, a 3-minute video has been made that shows as to how the policies of the government have benefited the people in the rural setting.
After completing his Bangladesh and West Bengal visit, the Prime Minister would head to Cuttack (Odisha) tomorrow. There he will address a public gathering to mark the four years of BJP. Meanwhile, in New Delhi, Party’s National President Amit Shah will address a media event on the occasion. In this event, Shah would highlight how the government’s initiatives over the last 4 years have improved the lives of millions of people. He would also talk about the party’s next pitch for its second term.
Reportedly, this time, the campaign would compare 48 months of Modi government with last 48 years, thereby highlighting how BJP has fast-tracked development projects.
The highlights of 4 years of Modi government that will be promoted and pitched to the voters include:
• Electrification of 18,000 villages across India that had no power until 2014.
• Free cooking gas connection to poor families in rural areas
• The Bullet Train project between Mumbai and Ahmedabad that aims to develop a high-speed rail corridor.