Union minister V Muraleedharan & Prakash Javadekar, senior leader and BJP Kerala in-charge accused the Pinarayi Vijayan government of corruption leading to a failed waste-management plan and a consequent fire at a landfill in Kochi.
The Union minister V Muraleedharan & Prakash Javadekar, senior leader and BJP Kerala in-charge accused the Kerala government of corruption which led to the absence of a waste-management plan and a consequent fire at a landfill in Kochi, on Wednesday. Demanding a CBI probe into the cause of the matter, the BJP Leaders hinted at both the Congress & Left’s involvement in the case.
BJP’s ‘Nanni Modi | Outreach Details
Aiming at wooing minorities & upping the pressure against the state government, the BJP party hopes to integrate a special outreach campaign recording specific testimonies of the beneficiaries for it’s ‘Nanni Modi’ (thank you, Modi) campaign. The massive outreach plan will cut across castes collating faith-specific testimonies of residents, beneficiaries of multiple schemes be it subsided housing for the economically weaker sections, Mudra loans & free ration.
BJP Not Just A ‘One-Time’ Wonder
While in 2014, people had their own reservations against the BJP Party, in 2019 they believed a strong Congress comeback with the BJP Party as a ‘one-time wonder.’ However, the 2019 mandate showcased an acceptance for the Prime Minister’s social schemes & development agenda, witnessing over a 12% vote share since 2019 by God’s own country people.
A strong believer of forming sustainable inter-state alliances, the government is positive of forming a capable government in Kerala too. Quite like after BJP had won elections in the city of Nagaland, Tripura & its alliance partner formed a cohesive government in Meghalaya participated in the polls recently. Moreover, the Goa outcome, a minority-dominated state has proven that the opposition’s charge against the BJP government of being majoritarian has no on-ground support.
BJP’s Prime Focus | Development Agenda
Utilizing a selective approach for raising concerned issues core to its ideology like the beef ban for political expediency, the Party Leaders will keep flagging rising issues like ‘Love Jihad,’ a common term referring to inter-faith marriages, in momentum. However the BJP Leaders will be sure to keep their poll plank’s development work aligned to the Centre, carried out by them.
Prakash Javadekar highlights the party’s prime focus being the ‘development agenda’ and working closely to break false perceptions about the BJP, floating around. Not opting against the anti-minorities, BJP believes the people of Kerala have realized that the welfare schemes of the Modi government have been disbursed unbiased to caste, class & faith. The Keralites have also come to terms with the fact that these benefits haven’t been limited to any vote bank, quite like the CPI(M) government approach.
The BJP Sneha Samvaad Initiative For Kerala Communities
Witnessing a vote share shrink from 2.6% in 2016 right through to 2021 where the party didn’t win a single seat in the assembly elections, given the percentage of the minorities particularly Christians, the party envisions intensifying the outreach to see an upsurge in its vote share.
Keeping the interests of the Christian communities in the state, the government’s Sneha Samvaad (affectionate communication) involved visiting Christian households exchanging pleasant greetings, last Christmas. Known to be apolitical community-building exercise as per the Prime Minister’s initiative, the party plans to continue Christian-community interaction activity this April, aiming to reach out 1 lakh Christian families this Easter. The party leaders will also pursue a similar outreach to Hindu & Muslim households on the auspicious occasion of Vishu & Eid.