The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is chalking out an extensive strategy for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections in India. The BJP is determined to recover the 160 seats it lost during the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. To achieve this goal, the party intends to conduct an intense campaign led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi with at least 45 rallies in the constituencies.
According to a party source, BJP president Jagat Prakash Nadda himself is planning to win the seat he lost last time in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. He is planning this based on the demand of the voters. Three important BJP leaders Sunil Bansal, Vinod Tawde and Tarun Chagay have been given the responsibility of overall preparation of this campaign.
News sources indicate that there will be massive rallies led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in each constituency. They want to hold at least 45-55 rallies. And these rallies will start from Center or BJP ruled states.
According to sources, these 160 Lok Sabha seats will be divided into two parts. On these 80 constituencies, BJP president Jagat Prakash Nadda will be available for campaigning. The current Union Home Minister Amit Shah will handle the rest.
BJP’s strategy is to hold rallies and processions in these Lok Sabha constituencies in such a way as to create an environment for their candidates to win the polls. BJP plans to get the benefit of this campaign in 2024 national elections.
After the first phase of campaigning in these 160 Lok Sabha seats is over, the BJP will start the second phase of campaigning. At the same time, the results of the campaign will help Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the top leaders of the party to decide on planning for the remaining 383 seats, a source in the party said.