After the recent national executive, Hyderabad is again going to host a key BJP meeting. Top leaders of the party like union home minister Amit Shah, national president JP Nadda, national organising secretary BLSantosh and Telangana incharge Sunil Bansal will attend the meeting. The meeting is going to focus on the 144 weak parliamentary constituencies, where the BJP is quite weak.
The BJP has identified 144 seats, where it stood third in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. The party wants to improve its performance in the 2024 elections. Most of these seats are in the South Indian states like Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala. The vistaraks (full-timers) appointed for each of these constituencies would participate in the meeting.
The programme is a training camp for the vistaraks and would be addressed on December 28 and 29. The party training programme would focus on the strategies to be adopted for these 144 weak constituencies, where the BJP performance in the 2019 elections was not up to the mark. This is the second major programme that the BJP is planning soon after the Gujarat and Himachal assembly elections.
The first meeting was held on December 6, one day after the polling was completed in Gujarat. The election core team of the party met for two days on December 6 and 7 in New Delhi. This is the second big programme the party has organised with an eye on the 2024 elections. This shows how well oiled the BJP election machinery is and how effectively it is gearing up for the 2024 elections.
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