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Expose Cong, Amit Shah tells state BJP leaders

June 23, 2018 05:17 AM


Expose Cong, Amit Shah tells state BJP leaders
Ravi S Singh

Tribune News Service

New Delhi, June 22

Sounding the bugle for the General Election next year, BJP president Amit Shah on Friday directed party leaders in Haryana to fan out among the masses and ‘expose’ the Congress for ‘stalling’ the Centre’s legislation in Parliament to give constitutional status to the National Commission for Backward Classes.
A decision was also taken to counter the Opposition’s ‘canards and misinformation campaign’ against the NDA government. The meeting was of the view that a ‘deliberate scurrilous campaign’ had been launched by the Opposition.
This was stated at a meeting of the Haryana BJP’s election monitoring committee. Goals were set for the party and leaders assigned tasks.
Sources said Shah took feedback and gleaned vital strategic points to be dovetailed in the party’s electoral plan for the state.
Giving details, state BJP president Subhash Barala said, “Shah expressed satisfaction over the progress report and directed us to further strengthen the organisation from the booth to state levels.”
“It has been decided to launch a campaign to expose the double standard of the Congress towards backward classes. It has stabbed them by thwarting legislation piloted by the NDA,” he added.
He clarified that issues pertaining to candidates did not crop up. The election monitoring committee would meet soon to discuss preparations and progress with regard to the parliamentary elections.
Thrust would be given to ongoing programmes of ministers spending the night “pravas” in the field. They would listen to grievances and strengthen the bridge between government and the party.
Other decisions included constitution of the party’s frontal organisations from the state to local levels within one month. Each of these would organise at least five party programmes in every village to highlight welfare schemes and other achievements of the Centre. A decision was taken to strengthen the social media wing

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