BJP’s Mass Contact Programme Receives a Gigantic Response in Rajasthan

Since November 2, the BJP has been conducting programmes, under which the party’s public representatives inform people about policies of both central and state governments.

It is not a hidden fact that BJP is a people’s party – it is driven by collective values and aspirations, and powered by the dreams of all the Indians. The party is reaching out to those citizens who are dwelling in the farthest part of the country – whether it is the unemployed, underprivileged or below BPL; more focus of the BJP government is on the poor.

On these lines, it was not a surprise to wake up to the new campaign initiated by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on the soil of Rajasthan. Their new campaign named ‘Mera Parivar-BJP Parivar’ revolves around reaching out to the masses, understanding their sentiments and taking immense action accordingly.

‘Mera Parivar-BJP Parivar’

The campaign will prove to be a strong support for the party, as it will have every party worker meet residents of their constituency. These workers will also put BJP flags and stickers on their houses. The party has also released a poster announcing the campaign.

This is no news that BJP has been working since November 2. The political party has been conducting booth-level programmes. These programmes revolve around the party’s public representatives informing the public about the center-run policies and state governments.

Meanwhile, Hanuman Beniwal’s Rastriya Loktantrik Party (RLP) will contest all 200 assembly seats in the state. Additionally, Anand Kejriwal has fielded only as less as 103 of the total 200 seats. The nomination process is open until November 19, while the deadline for withdrawal is November 22.

Confidence in BJP is Multiplying By The Day

Arjun Ram Meghwal, co-conveyor of BJP for Rajasthan election management committee and MoS for Parliamentary Affairs and Water Resource oozed confidence at his recent public address. He said: “We want to contest on the basis of development and good governance as seen in the last five years. But Congress does not want to contest on real issues since they also know that in the BJP regime, development is in high swing.”

He also informed that BJP will announce the first list of candidates and the Parliamentary board may meet on November 11 or 12 to take a final call.



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