BJP held meet to chalk out campaigning strategy in Hry

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BJP held meet to chalk out campaigning strategy in Hry

Friday, 15 March 2019 | PNS | Chandigarh

During its election campaigning for the Lok Sabha polls, the Bharatiya Janata Party will focus on highlighting the path-breaking initiatives of Narendra Modi Government at the Centre and good governance model of Manohar Lal Khattar Government in Haryana.

This was decided during the meeting of BJP election management committee held in Rohtak on Thursday under the chairmanship of Vishwas Sarang, party’s co-incharge for Lok Sabha polls in Haryana.

During the meeting, a campaigning strategy was chalked out to achieve party’s goal to register victory on all 10 seats in Haryana, said a party spokesman.

He said that a dozen of senior party members present in the meeting decided that major policy decisions of BJP regime and its initiatives for uplifting of the weakest section will be apprized to the voters during the election campaign in Haryana.

Vishwas Sarang, party’s co-incharge for Lok Sabha polls in Haryana has also directed all party cells and committees at various levels to mobilize the workers to reach out to the voters and apprize the voters about the working style of BJP and its achievements.

Discussion was also held on campaigning before the announcement of party candidates and during the period when the candidates are announced in Haryana, the party spokesperson said.

Targets achieved under party’s programmes like “Mera Parivar, BJP Parivar”, Kamal Jyoti Vikas Abhiyan were also reviewed in the meeting, he added

Notably, the BJP had won seven out of 10 Lok Sabha seat in Haryana in 2014 LS polls.

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