With the 2022 UP polls coming closer, the Bharatiya Janata party will build on its organizational strength. For the upcoming months, the BJP party will collect feedback from each assembly constituency in Uttar Pradesh.
This will be the groundwork for the party before there are visits from senior leaders and even Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Amit Shah holds meetings with party leaders.
In the light of the 2022 UP polls, Union Home minister Amit Shah on Thursday held a meeting with BJP National President Jagat Prakash Nadda and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. The meeting was held at Home Minister Amit Shah’s residence and lasted for three hours.
Uttar Pradesh BJP chief Swatantra Dev Singh, National General Secretary BL Santosh, and General Secretary of the party’s state unit Sunil Bansal were also present. In the meeting, several important matters were discussed in view of elections.
The strategy for the upcoming programs being conducted by the Bharatiya Janata Party in the forthcoming months was concerned.
Nishad Party president Sanjay Nishad was also present in the meeting and is most likely to be nominated in one of four MLC seats still vacant in Uttar Pradesh.
As per several sources, the Nishad Party president put forward his points regarding the contribution and placeholder for the upcoming elections, and the party is also demanding more seats.
The upcoming programs of the BJP party
On 23 August, BJP National President Jagat Prakash Nadda will virtually inaugurate “Booth Vijay Abhiyan.”
This will strengthen the booth committees according to the BJP party. New workers will be added to the booth committees, Shakti Kendras, and at the Mandal level.
Satya Kumar, Sanjiv Chaurasia, and Sunil Oza, who are primarily in charge of Uttar Pradesh, organize assembly-wise meetings to collect feedback and keep checks on preparations at the absolute grassroots level.
As per the BJP party, these meetings will be significant in deciding the tickets for the MLAs.
The BJP party has also started its process of appointing elections in charge for each assembly segment. The responsibility of each constituent assembly will be given to all Rajya Sabha MPs, MLCs, and other leaders.
On the other hand, State leaders will be made in charge but will not contest in elections. This process is taking time because several ticket aspirants are being convinced to be in control.
After these programs are in place, the party will organize visits to the state of Uttar Pradesh by Central leaders from September End. Visits from Prime Minister Narendra Modi are going to begin in October.
The BJP has divided UP into six regions Braj, Avadh, Gorakhpur, Kashi, Paschim, and Kanpur, and will be working on their election strategies accordingly.