BJP prepares for Jharkhand assembly elections

Ranchi: Assembly elections are due in Jharkhand after three to four months. Earlier, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is engaged in strengthening the organisation. The party's legislative party met at the house of CM Raghuwar Das. It has set a target of adding 50,000 new members to all the MLAs in their respective constituencies.

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In a related and complete meeting, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's water harvesting campaign has been directed to pay daily labour on every Sunday in his respective areas from 7th July to 15th September.

In Jharkhand, the BJP is engaged in a strategy at every level to support this year's assembly elections. In order to achieve the 65 cross-party targets in the assembly elections, more and more people have been given the target of adding 50-50 thousand members to all MLAs to become members by assigning the party's policy principles. In Jharkhand, the party has set a target of creating 30 lakh new members in the six-burning membership drive that will run from July 30.

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It also aims to recruit other party people to the BJP. Addressing the legislative party meeting, CM Raghubar has given all legislators the responsibility to pay their respects every Sunday in their Vis region from 7th July to 15th September to bring the ambitious programme of PM Modi's water harvesting to the masses and motivate as many people as and when they are able to reach out to the people. .

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