Careful study of the voters list under BJPs plan for the Bihar assembly poll

In September, the dates for the Bihar assembly election is likely to be announced, and a month-long program to reach put to the people has been chalked out by the BJP state executive. The purpose is to align its poll strategy with the social realities in the state.

JP Nadda, party’s president, gave the mantra of ‘door to door’ campaigning. After that, the BJP executive committee chalked out a five-day program from August 25. A total of 23 groups have been formed to contact the important people. Pushpam Priya Chaudhary: a controversial promising face in Bihar’s politics?

The fact that the party has set aside one full day of an analysis of the voter’s list based on social equations and factors that may put Bihar polls, makes it evident that the party is leaving no stone turned.

“On August 30, the team deputed for the purpose will analyze the social composition, age, and classification of voters before identifying supporters, neutral voters, and those opposed to the party,” said a BJP official.

Bhupendra Yadav, BJP state in-charge, also asked party’s state officials, MPs, MLAs, and assembly in-charge to meet government officials, representatives of Panchayati Raj system, Tola Sewaks, Asha workers, Jeevika Didis, Anganwadi workers, Vikas Mitras and all those who have been doing exemplary work during the pandemic and felicitate them between September 1 and 6.

For those who benefit from government schemes and the poor, a meeting has also been planned.

While highlighting the state government and Central government’s achievements, yesterday, the party had indicated that it intends to fight the assembly elections on the plank of development.

Devendra Fadnavis, party election in-charge for Bihar, made it clear that despite limitations being imposed by the coronavirus put the break, the BJP will have to take the two governments’ work to people and reach out to each other household.

Aamir Khan

Aamir Khan is a student at the Centre for Chinese and South-east Asian Studies, JNU, New Delhi. He also works with Hasratein- a Delhi based queer collective. The current area of his academic interest lies in the study of the Chinese language and society.