BJP To Launch ‘Vijay Chattisgarh’ Campaign

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  • BJP to launch a ‘Vijay Chhattisgarh’ campaign.
  • It is part of strategy to win the next Assembly election.
  • Campaign to be started from December-January.

Chhattisgarh: On Sunday evening, the Bharatiya Janata Party’s National Working Committee concluded its meeting. Dr. Raman Singh travelled to Delhi for the day-long conference, while the other state officials participated online. During the meeting, the Vijay Chhattisgarh campaign was discussed. Starting as a mission, the BJP’s campaign will be entirely electoral. It is expected that the campaign would begin in December or January. The BJP will use this to conduct numerous anti-government programmes by reaching out among the people and addressing local issues.

During the meeting, national officials also discussed the campaign. Following the meeting, BJP state president Vishnu Dev Sai stated that the state BJP’s organisation efforts were thoroughly examined. Along with this, the Vijay Chhattisgarh campaign’s action plan was thoroughly addressed. The state’s failed Congress government, according to Opposition Leader Dharam Lal Kaushik, is a failure on all fronts. The state government’s sincerity about the subject of Naxalism is nowhere to be found. Once again, the Naxalites in Bastar are instilling terror in order to carry out their alleged objectives.

By doing so, the Congress is refining its politics by causing divisions among all segments of society. National leaders have urged the BJP in Chhattisgarh to prepare for issues such as agricultural distress, liquor prohibition in the state, and rising crime. Many of these issues, according to Sai, have been explored in the working committee. The BJP’s aggressive form will soon be visible on the ground. As a result, the state’s politics are expected to flare up in the following days. Pawan Sai, the BJP’s State Organization General Secretary, attended the meeting, as did Rajya Sabha MP Saroj Pandey, former minister and MLA Ajay Chandrakar, MP Arun Sao, and former minister Lata Usendi.

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