NEW DELHI: BJP president J P Nadda will embark on a 120-day nationwide tour to tone up the get together’s formidable organisational machinary with a watch on the 2024 Lok Sabha polls, because the saffron dispensation appears to be like to give attention to areas the place it didn’t fare properly within the final common election.
BJP common secretary Arun Singh informed reporters that Nadda will start his journey from the primary week of December and Uttarakhand would be the first state on his itinerary.
December 5 is the doubtless date for the start of his tour.
Singh stated the BJP president will go to each state, maintain digital conferences with heads of all sales space items, the smallest organisational entity within the get together, and meet each MP and MLA of the organisation in addition to its senior leaders, together with district chiefs, in every state.
Nadda will go to some cubicles to work together with floor employees, he added.
Through the journey, he can even strategise with get together leaders for strengthening the organisation in Lok Sabha seats and areas the place the BJP didn’t win within the 2019 polls, he stated.
With meeting polls in 4 states, West Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Assam, set to be held within the first half of the subsequent yr, he can even overview the get together’s preparedness for the elections, Singh stated.
Nadda will spend three days in huge states and two in others.
The BJP-ruled states will give presentation to Nadda on numerous points of their work, together with implementation of the central authorities schemes and on to how you can additional increase consciousness about them.
He can even meet BJP’s allies and maintain public programmes and press conferences as properly, Singh stated.
Nadda’s predecessor Amit Shah, now Union Residence Minister, had additionally undertaken in depth nationwide excursions throughout his time period and is credited with taking part in an instrumental position in propelling the BJP to a powerful place in a variety of states the place it was once weak.