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Himachal Pradesh BJP prepared the roadmap for the election to the assembly at the meeting of the State Working Committee on the second day in Badu, Hamirpur. In this, it was decided that the party would reach the people through 32 lakh families benefiting from central and state plans, Panch Parmeswar (neighborhood members) and Panna committees. The party and the organization will be strengthened in the booths, assembly constituencies and Lok Sabha constituencies where the BJP is weak. Party chief spokesman Randhir Sharma said at a news conference after the working committee meeting that the meeting had been given advice on how to make a strategy down to the level of booths for the next elections. assembly. Board meetings will be held statewide through June 15 and, following the adoption of resolutions, an action plan will be developed.
Following the Tridev Conference in Kangra on 27 May, Tridev Sammelan will now be in Mandi on 14 June, Hamirpur on 20 and the Shimla parliamentary constituency on 23rd. Union ministers will enter. After Pradhan and the Vice President, there will now also be Panch Parmeshwar Sammelan giving respect to Ward Panch. On the issue of ticket cutting, Randhir said that every time a weak person’s ticket is cut in the election. Clean images and winning faces will be presented at the election. State President Suresh Kashyap, National Vice President Saudan Singh, State Party Leader Avinash Rai Khanna, Co-Chair Sanjay Tandon, Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur, Union Minister Anurag Thakur, former Minister in chief Prem Kumar Dhumal, & c. the meeting of the Working Committee.
Approved the political resolution of the schemes of the central and state government
At the meeting, the former president of the state, Dr. Rajiv Bindal, made a political proposal of all the schemes and achievements of the central and state government. Following the approval of Deputy and Deputy Director Whip Kamlesh Kumari and Ajay Rana, the working committee approved it. This proposal outlined the programs to be done until the next elections to the assembly.