Recently Amit Shah, while addressing the party workers during his Varanasi visit on July 5, 2018, said that as soon as our Prime Minister Narendra Modi Ji will address the public on Independence Day, the country with a fair set of mind will approach towards elections. Amit Shah during his conversation with the party workers in U.P also told them to prepare themselves for the upcoming elections keeping in mind about the SP -BSP gathbandhan.
Party’s president Mr Shah during his two-day visit to Uttar Pradesh organized a meeting in which he not only addressed the party members regarding upcoming elections but also involved some of the social media volunteers in this secret meeting which mainly focused on preparing the party for the polls while keeping the alignment of the Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj in mind.
“Preparations for the 2019 Lok Sabha election will commence after the PM’s speech on August 15. Work hard for the party with the goal that the BJP remains in power from panchayat to parliament for the next 50 years,” he said.
According to the sources, the preparation of the upcoming elections is based on a strategy that is focused more upon the union of backward classes and the Dalits as this will be more beneficial for the party and will be performed by giving more representations in the party itself. For this purpose, OP Mathur who is the general secretary of BJP could be replaced with a backward face as well.
Besides this Mr Mathur is not assisting Shah in any of his trips in UP regarding the polls and neither has he been to Uttar Pradesh for quite some time now. And according to some news sources, the party is focusing more on issues which are interrupting the unity of Dalits and Muslims, like the AMU SC-ST reservation controversy.
While addressing the social media volunteers in a meeting which was held at Deendayal
Upadhyay Trade Facilitation Centre in Varanasi, Shah said, “I want to assure you that BJP will win 74 seats in UP in 2019. There is no need to be discouraged by the propaganda of opposition parties. BJP had won 2014 Lok Sabha elections because people voted for the BJP and one of the major factors was the hard work of social media volunteers.”