BJP president JP Nadda will launch a campaign titled ‘8 Years: Service, Good Governance and Welfare of the Poor’ on May 30 with the release of a book titled ‘A Report to the Nation’. Top leaders of the party including the Union Minister will attend the function.
This will be followed by a public outreach program within 10 days although the celebration will continue for another five days. Each day of practice is dedicated to specific sections of society such as farmers, women, SCs, STs, OBCs, the weaker sections, the urban poor and others.
Under the campaign, the BJP has set aside three days each to highlight welfare programs focusing on minorities and tribes.
From June 6 to 8, the party will reach out to minorities – under the ‘Interaction with Minorities’ program. The members of the Minority Cell of the party will meet the people of the minority community and inform them about the specific community welfare programs adopted by the Modi government.
From June 3 to 5, the Birsa Munda Faith Rally and Adivasi Mela will be held in Ranchi, where tribal leaders of the BJP, including MPs, will highlight the government’s efforts for the betterment of the Adivasi community. Indigenous fairs will be organized in all the districts inhabited by Scheduled Tribes across the country.
The BJP’s youth wing, the Bharatiya Juba Janata Morcha, has been tasked with organizing a ‘morning ferry’ during which young volunteers will hold a morning procession highlighting the achievements of the Modi government. BJYM will also organize ‘Bikash Tirath’ bike rallies in all the districts where local MLAs and MPs will also participate.
The party will also reach out to the huge Scheduled Caste community through a rally in Mau, Madhya Pradesh. Senior Dalit leaders of the party including MPs and MLAs will join the rally.
According to the pamphlet, the BJP will underline its unwavering commitment to the poor by emphasizing ‘seva’ (service) through propaganda.
A promotional song and website will also be launched during the practice.