BJP Election Machine To Target 144 Difficult Seats For Mission 2024

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BJP Election Machine To Target 144 Difficult Seats For Mission 2024

| Updated: October 9, 2022 10:34

In the run-up to the 2024 Lok Sabha elections 2024, the BJP has decided to focus on 144 identified seats where it wants to improve its standing by holding large rallies. The BJP is planning dozens of huge rallies for Prime Minister Narendra Modi to hold before the general elections in 2024.

The rallies aiming to boost the performance of BJP will take place in the 144 Lok Sabha seats where the BJP lost the most in 2019 and where it has been working to improve its chances. The BJP has come up with a “cluster plan” to improve its position in these seats.

In the first step of this complicated plan, several Union ministers were asked to go to these places and meet with BJP workers and people from all walks of life.

Last month, BJP president JP Nadda and Union Home Minister Amit Shah met with the other Union ministers to talk about the party’s cluster plan and see how it was going.

Now as part of phase two of the plan, the prime minister is to hold dozens of large rallies in these 144 Lok Sabha seats. These include important seats held by opposition parties, like Sonia Gandhi’s Rae Bareli and Mulayam Singh Yadav’s Mainpuri in Uttar Pradesh, Supriya Sule’s Baramati in Maharashtra, Mimi Chakraborty’s TMC in West Bengal, Srinivas Reddy’s TRS in Telangana, and Chhindwara in Madhya Pradesh.

The top leaders of the BJP want to win more than half of the 144 Lok Sabha seats. The party has also set up a committee that keeps track of how this effort to reach out to voters in these seats is going.

In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP won 303 seats. A few seats that the party won are also on the list of144 due to hard demographic and regional factors. However, most of the 144 seats are ones that the party lost in the 2019 elections.

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