Union minister and Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) Uttarakhand election in-charge Pahlad Joshi on Thursday claimed that the BJP will achieve 100 percent of its target of more than 60 seats in the assembly elections.
After participating in the party’s election management committee at the state BJP headquarters here, Joshi said, “I think this time we have come a long way as compared to the party’s preparations for the last many elections and I am sure that 60 We will achieve 100% of the target that we have set. The BJP had won 57 out of 70 seats in the last assembly elections of 2017. While preparing the roadmap for the upcoming elections, the party has set a target of ‘This time, 60 ke paar’ for itself.
Joshi said that in order to achieve the target, he himself, both the co-in-charges-RP Singh and Locket Chatterjee, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami and State President Madan Kaushik, are meeting the workers till the grassroots level and there is tremendous discussion on this matter. It is going on how the party’s ideas and strategy reach the public.
State Party President Madan Kaushik said that along with the review of the work being done at the lower level in the core committee meetings of the assembly constituencies and the Mahajan Sampark Abhiyan, in the coming time, the second special Mahajan Sampark Abhiyan will start with ‘Mera Ghar Corona-Mukt’. There will also be a discussion on reaching every house.
Kaushik said that the 33 sub-committees formed in the election management committee of the party have held 13 meetings since yesterday, in which manifesto, special public relations campaign and management are the heads.
He said, “We have decided that the state team of special contact campaign will go up to the assembly constituency level and by contacting and talking to 50-100 people of the enlightened class who decide the direction of the society, cooperate with them to form the BJP government in the state. He said that work will be started after making its outline by next week.
Similarly, the election management committee of the state has asked to form district level and then assembly level election management committees in all the 13 districts by 30th so that the election management work can be started actively at the earliest.
Responding to a question regarding ticket distribution in the elections, Kaushik said that soon a committee of the party will be sent to all the 70 assembly constituencies, which will talk to all the prominent people and workers there, the situation there and the list of contenders for the state party. will provide He said the final decision on the ticket would be taken by the party’s Central Parliamentary Board.
When asked about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s public meeting, Kaushik said the event could be held on December 3 or 4 and Kumaon or Dehradun is being considered for the venue.