BJP Made A Strategy To Win The 15 Seats It Lost In The 2019 Elections, Shared The Responsibility

This scheme is essentially prepared for 144 Lok Sabha seats across the country, with Uttar Pradesh giving special attention to the overall plan.

BJP Made A Strategy To Win The 15 Seats It Lost In The 2019 Elections, Shared The Responsibility
BJP Made A Strategy To Win The 15 Seats It Lost In The 2019 Elections, Shared The Responsibility

There are still more than one and a half years left in the next Lok Sabha elections and the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party at the Center has already started making a strategy for the general elections. The focus of the party is to focus on those seats where it had to face defeat in the 2019 elections. Working on a plan to recapture the 15 Lok Sabha seats it lost to the opposition in Uttar Pradesh in the last general elections, the party leadership has devised a three-pronged strategy. Under this strategy, not only will the demographic profile of each constituency be monitored, but it will also ensure that the party can make its presence felt there for the next general elections.

The website TOI quoted highly placed sources as saying that the plan, which is said to be the brainchild of BJP's national general secretary (organization) BL Santosh, has been in serious discussion with the party high command, which will include Prime Minister Narendra Modi as well as Home Minister. Minister Amit Shah and the party's national president JP Nadda are involved.

Plan ready for 144 seats in the country
This scheme is essentially prepared for 144 Lok Sabha seats across the country, with Uttar Pradesh giving special attention to the overall plan.

According to sources, the leaders of the central leadership have been included in the first layer, in which Amit Shah, JP Nadda, and BL Santosh himself will be there. These leaders will interact with the party leaders of the second layer of the state. This layer will include Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, UP BJP state president Bhupendra Chaudhary and state general secretary (organization) Dharampal Singh Saini. In this, other state leaders, regional heads, some state general secretaries, and vice-presidents are also expected to be included in the strategy.

The Union minister will be in the third layer of the party
Under the strategy, Union Ministers have been kept in the third layer, who will be asked to keep an eye on the lost seats like Rae Bareli and Mainpuri. BJP had won Azamgarh and Rampur in the parliamentary by-elections held recently. Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has been given the responsibility of Rae Bareli, the stronghold of Sonia Gandhi. Apart from this, he may have the responsibility of Ambedkar Nagar, Shravasti, and Mau. Similarly, Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav will be sent to Saharanpur, Nagina, and Bijnor and Union Minister Jitendra Singh will be sent to make an electoral dent in Mulayam Singh Yadav's stronghold Mainpuri. He will also have the responsibility of Moradabad, Amroha, and Sambal.

The Union Minister of State for Education, Annapurna Devi will have the responsibility for Jaunpur, Ghazipur, and Lalganj. These leaders will act as a bridge between the state leadership and the central committees.

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