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Pradesh BJP to start Gaon Chalo Abhiyan from tomorrow: Amit


BY TC News Desk

Agartala, 6th February 2024:  In an effort to bolster the relationship between the BJP and the populace while ensuring the widespread implementation of government-sponsored initiatives ahead of the Lok Sabha elections, Tripura BJP is set to kick off the ‘Gaon Chalo Abhiyan’ on February 7th.

During a press briefing, BJP State General Secretary Amit Rakshit emphasized that beyond electoral pursuits, the Pradesh BJP remains actively engaged in grassroots organizational activities, starting from the booth level.

“India’s prosperity hinges on the advancement of its villages, where approximately 70 percent of the population resides. To this end, the central BJP has launched the ‘Gaon Chalo Abhiyan,’ a special initiative targeting over 7 lakh villages nationwide. In Tripura, we’ve decided to execute this endeavor at the booth level, with 3349 booths across the state,” Rakshit articulated.

He outlined the campaign’s threefold approach, commencing with preparatory work initiated on January 20th, followed by a 24-hour engagement period from February 7th to 11th, and culminating in a comprehensive survey meeting on February 14th, encompassing all booths statewide. Notably, senior party leaders, including the Chief Minister and BJP state president, will personally visit various booths within different Assembly Constituencies.

During these 24-hour stints, leaders will convene with booth committees, scrutinize voter lists, engage in discussions with new and special category voters, and reconnect with longstanding BJP workers, among other activities, Rakshit detailed.

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