New Delhi: The BJP has planned to publicize the central government through poor welfare schemes being run by the corona epidemic during the crisis. The party has formulated separate plans for BJP ruled and non-BJP ruled states. The scheme, designed under the guidance of party national president JP Nadda, aims to reach out to as many people as possible about the Central government's Garib Kalyan Yojana so that the common man can benefit from free rations and the BJP can benefit from it in the elections.
In this regard, party National General Secretary Arun Singh has issued an internal letter to all state presidents of the party and union general ministers on behalf of BJP chief JP Nadda. The letter directed that in states where the BJP is in power, the banner of Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana should be put up outside all ration shops with a picture of PM Narendra Modi as well as the CM of that state. The party believes that these banners will promote the Garib Kalyan Yojana as much as you can and will benefit more and more people.
At the same time, the BJP has also planned to run a program of distribution of plastic-free bags to carry foodgrains outside all ration shops to facilitate people to carry foodgrains. For this, the party has asked all state units as well as all MPs, MLAs, and public representatives to plan and implement it.