New Delhi: The BJP, which has the image of a 'Hindu party,' has now decided to do a makeover. It is reported that PM Narendra Modi has chalked out a plan to increase the reach of the Christian and Muslim communities in Kerala. Let us know that the BJP's national executive meeting was held recently in Telangana, which was attended by many big leaders including PM Modi, and Union Home Minister Amit Shah.
According to the report, PM Modi has tasked the leaders of the North East to expand the party base in Kerala through the Christian community. At the same time, these leaders and MLAs have also been asked to put an end to the misconception that the BJP is just a Hindu party. Notably, most of the BJP leaders in the North-East belong to the Christian community. In such a situation, the party hopes that it can gain a grip on the Christian community in Kerala through those leaders. According to the report, sources have informed that efforts are also being made to connect with such communities having been influenced by the Christian community in northeast India, Goa and Kerala. Sources said BJP National President Jagat Prakash Nadda has said after consulting that the party will take the initiative.
Let us know that in the national executive meeting, PM Modi has asked the BJP leaders to reach out to the Pasmanda Muslims who are considered to be very backward. He also mentioned such sections of other communities that are deprived of facilities. PM Modi had asked the leaders to raise the issues of these communities and reach out to them. He has also asked the leadership to experiment with social equations in the state and see if the party can reach out to sections that vote against it. Through this, the BJP hopes that it will also be able to counter the Congress and left-wing propaganda against it, which is said to be associated with hardcore Hindutva.