BJP steps up election preparations, SC/ST Morcha to hold 3-day national executive meeting

Karnataka is one of the key electoral states for the BJP, with Amit Shah many times calling Karnataka the BJP’s “gateway to South India”.

New Delhi: Stepping up its preparations for the nine assembly elections this year as well as the 2024 Lok Sabha polls, the BJP has started holding several meetings where it will strategize for the upcoming election battle.

According to party sources, BJP’s SC/ST Morcha will hold a 3-day meeting from January 6 in Mysore, Karnataka, which will be addressed by party national president JP Nadda. Nadda is already in the state.

Sources informed that BJP National General Secretary BL Santosh will also be with the members of the march.
“Meetings are being held in all polling-related states. A similar meeting has also been organized in Mysore in Karnataka, a source said.

Karnataka is one of the key electoral states for the BJP, with Amit Shah many times calling Karnataka the BJP’s “gateway to South India”.

The ruling BJP in Karnataka is brainstorming to retain power in the state. The meeting of the SC/ST Morcha in Karnataka is relevant as it may help sway the community towards the saffron camp in the upcoming state elections.

Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai is spearheading the party’s outreach to Scheduled Castes and Tribes in Karnataka.
By deciding to increase the reservation for scheduled castes and tribes in the state, Bommai has created a sensation in the opposition camp.

BJP’s first Bellary outreach meeting for STs received an overwhelming response, with 5 lakh people attending. National President of the party Nadda was also present in it.

Bommai will organize more such outreach programs to support Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in every district of Karnataka. Around 75-80 assembly seats are dominated by SC and ST voters.

“BJP has made deep inroads into ST under Draupadi Murmu’s presidency. This is likely to have a positive impact on Karnataka elections. Bommai is working on a social engineering model that will focus on the most disadvantaged people from Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes. He has asked his administration to give maximum attention to the concerns of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes,” said a source.

Bommai has also told the administration that all schemes should have 100 per cent saturation and priority should be given to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Castes.

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