Lok Sabha Elections 2024: With an aim to chalk out the strategy for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections 2024, 10 groups of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) MPs have been formed, following the crucial alliance meet.
“Prime Minister Narendra Modi will chair the meetings of each group which will take place from July 25,” ANI quoted BJP sources as saying.
“Ten groups of the MPs have been formed. PM Modi will chair the meeting of each group. Every day, there will be a meeting of the two regions,” they said.
“On the first day, the meeting for Uttar Pradesh and Northeast will be conducted. Each group will have 35-40 members,” the source added.
Notably, in a significant move, the leaders of the NDA gathered for a region-wise meeting to strategize and bolster the organization as the crucial Lok Sabha General Elections approach.
This marks the first time that the alliance leaders have come together in this manner to discuss and plan their approach for the upcoming elections.
The BJP is focused on securing an impressive 50 per cent vote share in the Lok Sabha election, in collaboration with its alliance partners. To achieve this goal, the party’s leadership is closely monitoring constituencies, with a keen eye on 160 specific constituencies where they are intensifying efforts to improve their electoral prospects.
Given the united front presented by the opposition, the NDA, under the leadership of the BJP, convened a massive meeting on July 18.
Leaders from 38 parties congregated in Delhi to strengthen and solidify the alliance’s unity and prepare for the upcoming electoral battle.
Meanwhile, taking a jibe at the opposition party meeting which was held in Bengaluru, PM Modi said, “People of the country say that this is a ‘kattar bhrashtachar sammelan’. Another speciality of this meeting is that if someone is out on bail for a corruption of crores of Rupees, they are seen with great respect. If the entire family is out on bail, they are more honoured. If someone insults a community and is punished by the court, he is honoured.”
He also took a swipe at the Opposition parties, using words like “Jamat” and ‘kunba’ and urged people to stay alert.