Bharatiya Janata Party Chairman JP Nadda has given a to-do list to public party officials to mark eight years of the Narendra Modi government in power. A communication sent to all party office holders and Heads of State asks them to lead the teams in their respective constituencies and neighborhoods to celebrate Prime Minister Modi’s dedication and his welfare measures to ensure the upliftment of poor, exploited, destitute and backward sections of society.
Programs marking eight years of Modi’s government will start on May 30 and run until June 15.
From outreach to poor and backward communities to coverage of youth and women, the party has asked its leaders to plan 75 hours of public interaction spread over 15 days. From social media strategy to spreading what the Modi government has done through various media platforms, including cinemas (ads from various social welfare schemes are likely to be screened), many tasks have been listed for leaders.
Nadda will release a “report to the nation”, there will be interaction with beneficiaries, Scheduled Castes (SC), Scheduled Tribes (ST) and women, a Vikas Teerth bike rally will take place between 7th and 13th June to be organized by the Yuva Morcha (youth wing) party in each neighborhood. Ministers of all ranks will participate in this gathering.
The party also proposed to hold a Baba Saheb Vishwas rally between June 1-13 and with the presence of all SC leaders and MPs in the Mau of Madhya Pradesh. A Birsa Munda Vishwas rally (June 3-5) is expected to have all ST leaders and MPs present in Ranchi.
The party plans to publish an anthem and website, and launch a paperback that showcases the government’s achievements.
The program list says chief ministers of all BJP-ruled states along with their cabinets are expected to publish a “Report to the Nation” booklet. The party asked its deputies and leaders to visit homes and report to the people. They were also asked to speak to beneficiaries on World Environment Day (June 5) and gift them with plants, as well as helping brave-hearted families.
Ten days have been set aside for various sections of society including farmers, women, CBOs, SCs, STs, the urban poor to congratulate health workers, etc.
From June 6 to June 8, the party will hold interactions with minority communities.
A Gareeb Kalyan Jan Sabha will be held from June 1 to 13.
A hashtag #sevasushashangareebkalyan should be used by party workers while using social media to publicize the activities undertaken.
Media briefings and interactions will focus on the repeal of sections of Section 370, solutions to North East struggles, and Direct Benefits Transfer (DBT) programs.
Arun Singh, National General Secretary of the BJP, has asked party units to form three-member committees from state to district level for the program.
The party called on states to ensure that literature supporting government achievements is printed in regional languages.
“Bureau members should be given responsibility for different programs, an electronic copy of the achievements will be sent to the bureau members and it should be printed by the States in their regional language within a limited time. The documentation must reach stand level and be distributed. The achievements of the BJP-led states should be included in the literature,” reads the communication sent to the states.
During these 15 days, only programs related to Seva, Sushasan and Gareeb Kalyan, or service, good governance and welfare of the poor, are to be undertaken and successfully held as part of organizational activity.
The direction that flowed from the Center also mentions that all MPs, MLAs and public representatives should actively participate in the programs.
All morchas should be assigned some sort of program to be undertaken by them independently, communication directed.
There will be a review of the implementation of the tasks entrusted to the leaders. “Publish the central social protection schemes and the information must be sent to the central office. Highlight of the program and photos for download on Namo App,” the statement read.
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