Mumbai: The campaigning formula was set in the state election committee meeting of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for the Maharashtra assembly elections. How and on which issues the party fought in the state, these points were discussed. In-charge Bhupendra Yadav, who reached Maharashtra from Delhi, prepared the entire roadmap with CM Devendra Fadnavis and members of the committee. In this meeting, Deputy Chief Minister Keshav in-charge, who arrived from UP, also joined as co-incharge.
The main objective of the meeting was to determine the BJP's election management strategy for the assembly elections. Regarding this meeting held on Tuesday, BJP national general secretary and in-charge Maharashtra Bhupendra Yadav has said that for a democratic party, elections are always an opportunity for public relations and dialogue. In every election, the BJP tries to reach as many people as possible, discuss them and convey their ideas to them. The party has a systematic system for it which works in elections through activists at various levels.
What are the issues in Maharashtra that are going to affect the people? What works are necessary in Maharashtra in the next five years. On these issues also, the team related to election management in Maharashtra is working. This team will prepare the manifesto for the assembly elections. A team of the party from all the district presidents and lower-level officials and workers is engaged in preparing a list of issues.