With an aim to celebrate nine successful years of the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) in the Central Government, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a rally in Ajmer district, Rajasthan, on 31st May 2023, i.e., today. Furthermore, the rally also serves as the launch of BJP’s Maha Jansampark initiative, a month-long campaign that will witness a pan-India outreach.
According to party leaders, from Kishangarh airport to the holy town of Pushkar, PM Modi will travel by helicopter. He will offer prayers at the Brahma temple and also tour the ghats during his visit.
Union ministers Arjun Ram Meghwal and Kailash Chaudhary, and other BJP leaders from Rajasthan will accompany the Prime Minister to Kayad Vishram Sthali on the Jaipur Road to address the rally.
Party leaders have declared that the Prime Minister’s rally will signify the commencement of a considerable outreach initiative, involving multiple meetings that BJP leaders have already held press conferences for in several states to celebrate Modi’s nine-year tenure as PM.
Maha Jansamprak is set to take place from May 31st to June 30th, and there will be plenty of public programs throughout the country. Additionally, 51 huge rallies and 600 press conferences were conducted at 500 Lok Sabha and 4000 Vidhan Sabha constituencies, and public meetings at over 500 places are on the cards. Furthermore, more than 5 lakh notable families will be contacted.
Tarun Chugh, the coordinator for the programme and party national general secretary, divulged details of the programme, which he stated is the largest outreach in BJP’s history. He said, “A total of 288 top BJP leaders and 16 lakh party workers will interact with voters at ten lakh booths and 144 clusters covering all Lok Sabha seats to deliver the message of achievements in nine years of the party’s rule at the Centre.”
“As part of the campaign, party leaders will meet 1,000 eminent families per Lok Sabha segment, and conduct 51 mega rallies across India, along with seminars with teachers, social media influencers and other distinguished citizens,” Chugh said while delivering a press briefing.