The BJP conference on Lok Sabha elections develops a Ram Temple campaign blueprint and sets a target of 303 or more seats.

With the BJP’s election strategy centered on Modi

the focus of the party’s campaign would be Modi as a “symbol of Hindutva, development, and India’s global image.”

Focus On Votes, Ram Temple: Inside Story Of Key BJP Meeting

The BJP leadership conducted a series of meetings Tuesday to deliberate on strategy for the Lok Sabha elections, as well as to map out a micro-level plan for its campaign over the Ram Temple, whose consecration is set for January 22.

In the morning, a high-level committee of senior BJP leaders met at the party headquarters to discuss strategy, campaigns, and issues for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in March-April.
Union ministers Bhupender Yadav, Dharmendra Pradhan, Ashwini Vainshnaw, and Mansukh Mandaviya are on the panel, as are party general secretaries Sunil Bansal, Vinod Tawde, and Tarun Chugh, as well as Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma.

The team planned to form party subcommittees to monitor the implementation of existing programs and to establish call centers for this outreach.
It reviewed strategies for framing the narrative and devising methods to consolidate the BJP’s votes in order for the party to increase its current tally and vote share in the upcoming elections.
The BJP’s poll strategy would revolve upon Prime Minister Narendra Modi, with Modi serving as a “symbol of Hindutva, development, and India’s global image.”
In the afternoon, BJP president J P Nadda addressed a gathering of party leaders chosen from each state – four to five from larger states and two from smaller states – to explain the party’s plans for the Ram Temple’s opening following its “pran pratishtha (consecration ceremony).”

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The BJP has planned a fortnight-long celebration and campaign around the Ram Temple issue. BJP leaders around the country have been urged to supervise party members who will be cleaning local temples in their localities between January 14 and 27, for which smaller teams must be formed and tasks assigned.

The workers of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) would be responsible for ensuring that every family in Ayodhya, on the day when Prime Minister Modi would inaugurate the Ram Temple, would light up five diyas, which are referred to as “Ram Jyotis,” in the evening to commemorate the event as if it were Diwali.
In the same way that lakhs of holy bricks were delivered to Ayodhya from all over the country for the construction of the Temple since 1989, when the party had began its Ayodhya campaign, the lighting of Ram Jyotis would “create an atmosphere and evoke positive emotions,” according to sources within the BJP. Since then, the BJP has been working to build the Temple.

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It has also been suggested by the leadership of the BJP that party workers should organize and provide assistance to devotees who would be visiting the Ayodhya Temple between the dates of January 25 and March 25. It is anticipated that approximately 50,000 pilgrims will visit the newly completed Temple on a daily basis during the first week after the 22nd of January, according to sources.
“The BJP workers from all over the country should make it easier for devotees to travel, find lodging, and deal with other issues,” said a leader of the party. The leader also stated that the volunteers of the party would work “shoulder to shoulder with the RSS workers” in this regard. On the other hand, according to sources, the BJP employees will be ordered to refrain from carrying the party’s flags while this program is taking place.

An additional gathering of senior party leaders was convened by Nadda in the evening to discuss the process of incorporating leaders and influential members of various opposition groups into the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in advance of the Lok Sabha elections.

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The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) would want to extend an invitation to significant figures from other parties to join its ranks, not only in constituencies where the ruling party does not have a solid basis, but also in other areas. On the other hand, it has made the decision to establish a committee consisting of top officials, which will be referred to as the joining committee, in order to “vet the list of inductees from different states,” according to sources. In addition to other individuals, members of this committee include individuals such as Union Minister Anurag Thakur and Party General Secretary (Organization) B. L. Santhosh.

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