The BJP (Bharatiya Janta Party) has decided to reach out to beneficiaries of the schemes launched by the Narendra Modi government in the past eight years with workers and leaders of all ranks going from door to door.
The drive will begin on 30th May and will continue for 15 days as central and state leaders will stay the night at the houses of the beneficiaries they will visit.
With 80 crore recipients of free ration alone, the number is expected to reach the 100-crore mark, say party leaders.
PM Narendra Modi had in a virtual address to the top leaders of the party on Friday asked them to reach out to every beneficiary in the database.
Vinod Tawde, BJP national general secretary, said that a training booklet with talking points on each scheme will be distributed for leaders to speak about them, and the beneficiaries.
Three statements were presented and passed by the party leaders in the meeting. One was on eight years of the Narendra Modi government which was presented by Dushyant Gautam, who is the national general secretary of the BJP.
The second statement passed was on recent election victories in four states and it was presented by Dilip Saikia, BJP national general secretary.
The third statement was on rising crimes in Rajasthan and it was presented by national secretary Alka Gurjar. The statement also alleged that the Congress government in Rajasthan state was doing appeasement politics.