With Lok Sabha’s high-level elections only a few weeks away, the BJP launched its campaign mode with the launch of the ‘Bharat Ke Mann Ki Baat’ campaign through which it plans to reach up to 10 families of millions of people throughout India. To end the manifesto. The committee, headed by Interior Minister Rajnath Singh, will finalize the manifesto that will be compiled after consulting with various stakeholders, including state party units and their supporters. The manifesto is called ‘Sankalp Patra’.
To compile the manifesto, the president of BJP, Amit Shah, marked a “Rath Yatra” on Sunday, through which mobile vans will be sent to the whole country to collect the suggestions. There will also be as many as 7,500 physical kiosks to collect them. In addition to requesting and accepting such suggestions through social networks, phone calls, WhatsApp, etc. The BJP aims to reach 10 Crore families through various means to compile the manifesto. Each state has a team of 20 members for the compilation of suggestions given by people, which will then be incorporated by a national team of 30 members to compile the manifesto.
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Saying that the general public and the voters present themselves to the party and its supporters, BJP president Amit Shah said: “Before 2014, India was governed by coalitions for 30 years, which not only led to the development but also the faith of the people in the democratic principles. The lack of continuity in the government had weakened this faith. BJP has an internal democracy and is based on ideology, not on any family. BJP treats elections as a way to propagate ideology and celebrate democracy, not as a way to take power. ” A class 4 employee was invited to the place where the event was taking place to give the first comments. He dropped his written suggestion in a box.
When speaking about the campaign, Interior Minister Rajnath Singh said: “This is a unique activity and is aimed at connecting people not only with the party, but also with the government and the democratic system.” Singh also spoke about the achievements of the government and “Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas”. He spoke especially about rural India and the reservations to the economically weaker section within the general category. He even promised more reforms to improve the ease of doing business.