To overcome Mayawati-Akhilesh, BJP has created a ‘Temple Plan’, here is the complete strategy


Lucknow: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has got ready to prepare for the Lok Sabha elections in 2019. Between the speculation between the BSP and the alliance of the SP in Uttar Pradesh, the BJP has joined the blockade. In order to replicate the biggest victory made here in the 2014 Lok Sabha election, BJP has joined the polarization of Hindu votes. In order to unify the Hindu votes, the BJP is preparing a list of all the small temples, monasteries and ashrams in Uttar Pradesh. Apart from this, the party is preparing the list of people belonging to Scheduled Castes and OBCs. It is being told that BJP will approach the head of the religious site through this strategy and then reach its followers.

According to the Times of India news, BJP has formulated a form and it has been given 1.4 lakh booths incharge. In this form, the name of the religious place, place, famous priest and his mobile number are to be filled. Its purpose is to reach people connected with temples or monasteries through these priests.

Apart from this, BJP has asked the booth level workers to prepare lists of scheduled caste and OBC caste voters. At the same time, it has also been given that at least two men and two women of SC and OBC caste and two women should be linked to the party on every booth.

Apart from this, the party is preparing a list of people on their booths, who have the ability to influence voting. Mobile numbers of such people are being mobilized.

There are about 1.6 lakh polling booths in UP. The party is trying to have at least 21 members on every booth. At the booth level, the party is appointing a president, two vice-presidents, general secretaries.

UP BJP vice-president JP Rathore said that the booth section committee meeting will be held between August 16 and August 25. The Booth Management Committee will create a dedicated team of 29 lakh workers. Nearly 11 lakh workers will be employed at block and district level so that the goal of recruitment of 40 lakh workers in the entire project can be met. The party has divided each booth into a separate code. The constituency or booth party will be placed in the ‘A’ code. Where the party will have 60-40 chances, it will be ‘B’ and the area which is minority majority will be kept in ‘C’ category.

BJP’s organization minister Sunil Bansal said that information is being collected through effective strategies for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. He said that the party is collecting data of gurudwaras too.

It is known that Uttar Pradesh has 80 seats in the Lok Sabha. In the last Lok Sabha elections, the BJP and the alliance won 73 seats. However, in the subsequent bypellations, BJP has lost three Lok Sabha seats.


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