The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) claimed on Wednesday that more than 7.18 crore people took part in 31 digital rallies organized on the first anniversary of the second term of the Narendra Modi government at the Center. The BJP said in a tweet that during the COVID-19 crisis, the BJP approached people through digital rallies and other programs. During this time the party reached more than three crore families. The BJP claimed that more than 7.18 crore people attended 31 rallies till 22 June. According to this claim, on an average of 23 lakh, people participated in all these programs at the party.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah, BJP President JP Nadda, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and other senior leaders of the party have addressed digital rallies in various states. Nadda addressed the Assam Mass Communities rally on Tuesday, in his address he said, that about 33 lakh people have been associated with this BJP rally. He is constantly saying in these rallies, "When the lockdown took place, people wondered if the party would also be in a lockdown, but we took the help of the digital medium and reached out to the people in transition."
He said, "No matter how much the infection spreads, we will neither stop nor degrade." BJP says that so far its workers have distributed 51.11 lakh sanitizers and 16 crores face masks among the needy.