Rajasthan Elections 2023: Rajasthan is gearing up for the upcoming assembly elections, and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has started implementing a strategic plan to mobilize its workers and corner the Gehlot government.
In the coming month, the BJP aims to mobilize approximately 5 lakh workers as part of its extensive campaign.
The party intends to take advantage of this effort to raise an anti-incumbency wave against the ruling Congress in the state.
Furthermore, the BJP seeks to underscore the significance of collective leadership, conveying a message of unity and strength to its supporters.
As the assembly elections approach in five states (Mizoram, Chhatisgarh, MP, Rajasthan and Telangana) later this year, political dynamics are heating up.
Among these states, Rajasthan emerges as a prime focal point for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), carrying the weight of their highest expectations.
Capitalizing on the internal strife within the Congress party in Rajasthan, the BJP seeks to leverage the prevailing anti-incumbency sentiment.
To bolster the enthusiasm and engagement of its party workers, the BJP has devised an ambitious plan to mobilize a staggering force of 5 lakh workers through its Mahagherao campaign.
This strategic move aims to harness the power of activism and solidify the BJP's position in the state.
Sources indicate that the party will keep Narendra Modi at the forefront of their election campaign in Rajasthan. Additionally, due importance will be given to Vasundhara Raje.
To underscore the collective leadership within the state, the party has decided to raise slogans of "Bharat Mata Ki Jai," "PM Modi," and "BJP" in all their programs. This approach aims to foster unity within the party and prevent internal conflicts from arising.
In a strategic move, the BJP has identified key issues to effectively challenge the Congress government in Rajasthan. Slogans have been crafted to target the Gehlot administration, highlighting concerns such as corruption, unemployment, paper leaks, and deteriorating law and order.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is planning to accelerate the inclusion of new faces in Rajasthan like Uttar Pradesh.
To facilitate this process, the party may establish a committee responsible for recommending individuals based on an assessment of their potential political gains and losses.
Priority will be given to experienced leaders, MLAs, and retired officers from other political parties.
With an election strategy in mind, the party aims to incorporate five to six new faces every day leading up to the elections.