Even before the announcement of the Lok Sabha elections, the state BJP had started preparations to sharpen its electoral issues. Under it, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, National President Amit Shah and Union Minister Nitin Gadkari have planned to bring about all the marginal BJP leaders in the field. Apart from the development work done in Uttarakhand during the five-year tenure of the central government, the party will demand a vote on the functioning of the state government. BJP state president Ajay Bhatt says that there will be a national security major issue in the elections because PM Modi has prepared a strong security cover for the country during the last five years and presenting the pretext to curb terror incidents with complete rigidity.
Modi’s three rallies
During the proposed election campaign, the party wants to make at least three public meetings of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. These are the preparation of two public meetings on Garhwal’s Haridwar and Pauri parliamentary seats and in a Kumaon division. Similarly, there is a possibility of public meetings and road shows in the five parliamentary constituencies of the National President. The party will also take advantage of the ongoing work on the plans of the all-around road, National Highways, which are in the top priority of the Center and the state government. For this, the party will release Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari in the campaign. Apart from them, many other national leaders including Sushma Swaraj, Smriti Irani, Nirmala Sitharaman, Radha Mohan Singh, UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, MP Dr. Murli Manohar Joshi will be brought to the campaign by the equations of the party’s Lok Sabha constituencies.
The double engine will redeem these decisions
– All the road connecting Chardham
– Rishikesh Karnprayag railroad project
– Investment growth in the railways during the four years
– Approval of Haridwar, Dehradun and Haldwani Ring Road
– Approval of gas pipeline to Haridwar-Dehradun
– The rebuilding of Kedarnath Dham
– 600 million to Namami Ganga scheme related losses of revitalization
– Integrated cooperative development project of 3340 million
– Economic reservation of 10 percent in government jobs
– Ayushman, Ujwala, Mudra and Farmer, Labor Pension Scheme