Home Minister Amit Shah gives campaign advice to BJP workers
After conducting a door-to-door campaign in Kairana in Uttar Pradesh, Union Home Minister Amit Shah chaired a meeting with BJP workers where he advised on the campaign, keeping in mind COVID protocols and guidelines issued by the Election Commission of India (ECI). Bhupendra Singh Chaudhary, Cabinet Minister of Panchayati Raj in the government of Uttar Pradesh, who was part of the meeting chaired by Amit Shah, said Republic on tips the Union Home Secretary gave to BJP workers.
“BJP as an organization is very strong at the ground level, we have our dedicated workers at the booth level, we are connected to our committees at the booth level through various modes of communication like WhatsApp groups and social media platforms Today we were told by the Union Home Minister that we should reach out to every voter and tell them about the works and development policies of Yogi Govt and Modi Govt using social media and d ‘other platforms,’ Bhupendra Singh Chaudhary told Republic.
“Every BJP worker will go door to door in UP”
When asked how prepared the BJP was to connect with voters in the time of COVID, Chaudhary said the party was very strong at the pit level.
“Today we have multiple modes of campaigning. We have multiple whatsapp groups at booth level and we will use these modes of communication to communicate with voters. and tell people about the achievements of the BJP government,” the UP minister said.
Chaudhary further pointed out that the door-to-door campaign will be very effective and informed that responsibilities to all workers have already been assigned.
“We will form small groups and motivate our workers to go door to door. We have an efficient organizational structure, we will divide our work and our campaign. The party (BJP) has already assigned the ‘panna pramukhs’ their respective work to reach out to voters and ask them to vote for the BJP,” said UP Minister Panchayati Raj.
After meeting families affected by the exodus who have returned to Kairana, Home Minister Amit Shah said people here no longer live in fear as the government led by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has improved the law and order situation in Uttar Pradesh. The Home Minister claimed that the BJP would win over 300 seats in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections.