Leave no booth unattended: BJP’s Bengal polls strategy aims to replicate 2019 formula – kolkata

With lower than six months left for the essential meeting polls in West Bengal, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday ready a draft blueprint of the marketing campaign strategy the social gathering would undertake within the run up to the 2021 elections.

Top BJP leaders stated that plans have been drawn up to the booth stage, in order that each floor stage employee may very well be concerned in the course of the marketing campaign interval and the social gathering may cowl the utmost space earlier than the elections are held in April-May, 2021.

“While responsibilities have been fixed for the observers of all five organisational zones and district presidents, plans have been so prepared to engage each and every booth level worker. At least one program would be held every week in each and every booth. Instructions have also been given to involve those workers who might have felt disgruntled for some reason and bring them to the forefront during the campaign,” stated a senior BJP chief, including that there shouldn’t be any space left the place the social gathering fails to attain forward of the polls.

The BJP, after profitable an in depth electoral race in Bihar, is now eyeing the Bengal meeting the place it hopes to clinch no less than 200 of the 294 seats. The social gathering had made spectacular positive aspects within the 2019 Lok Sabha elections in Bengal, profitable 18 of the 42 seats on provide.

On Tuesday, among the social gathering bigwigs together with Amit Malviya, the IT cell head and BL Santosh, nationwide common secretary (organisation) got here down to Bengal and held a gathering with the state leaders to put together the battle plan and take inventory of the social gathering’s organisational preparedness. Malviya’s appointment because the co-incharge of West Bengal can also be being seen as a thrust on social media marketing campaign forward of the polls.

The whole course of can be monitored by the central management, who can be coming down to Bengal from time to time. Senior BJP leaders hinted that the social gathering would undertake an identical method to the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.

The central observers appointed by the BJP within the 5 organizational zones in Bengal are Sunil Deodhar, Dushyant Gautam, Harish Dwivedi, Vinod Sonkar and Vinod Tawde.

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Party leaders who attended the assembly stated within the coming days extra central leaders, ministers and MPs can be coming down to Bengal. Earlier in November, Amit Shah, the Union house minister, had additionally come down to Bengal on a two day go to.

“Just like 2019, in which central leaders had been given responsibilities for various zones and districts, this time too, they would be coming down to Bengal. This time, however, they would be given more responsibilities up to the booth level,” stated a senior chief.

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While central leaders had been getting ready the draft plan, the state leaders continued their assault on the ruling Trinamool Congress.

“This time elections would be held totally under the vigilance of central security forces. We will not allow the state police to come near the booths. Also a lot of people have purchased land and flats. The enforcement directorate would soon be after them. They might land up in jail in the coming days,” stated Dilip Ghosh, president of the BJP’s Bengal unit.

The ruling TMC, nevertheless, stated that it was nothing greater than a transfer meant to enhance the morale of social gathering employees.

“Ghosh has once again spoken in an irresponsible manner. In every election, be it 2011 or 2016, central forces were deployed. He hasn’t said anything new. He just wants to motivate the workers. It is good to dream of winning an election,” stated Saugata Roy, TMC MP.

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