Payal Mehta, New Delhi [India]April 23 (ANI): The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), in preparation for the polls in the Gujarat Assembly, has asked party workers to work continuously for the next six months after May 4 without a break, President K. Patil said on Saturday.
After winning four of the five states in a recent poll in the BJP Assembly, workers were asked to prepare for the next major election in Gujarat.
“We want our party cadres to be energized, and this is one of the reasons why we decided that May 1, as a holiday, decided not to hold any programs from May 1 to 4. This will be the only break that party workers will get ahead of the election battle for Gujarat, “Patil told ANI.
“Be ready to work without a break for the next six months, because we must give our best, and this is a message to party workers,” Patil added.
The state has already entered the election regime, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi has already blown up a poll in the state, making two visits in the last two months and many more in the coming months.
Gujarat was visited by many guests not only politicians from the state and the center, but also from foreign countries, including the Prime Ministers of Great Britain and Mauritius Boris Johnson and Provin Kumar Jugnaut respectively.
In addition to the visits of Prime Minister Modi, there were visits to the staff of the Union Minister of the Interior Amit Shah, who is also an elected member of parliament from Gandhinagar.
In the next two weeks, BJP National President JP Nada is also likely to visit the state and prepare party workers for the upcoming Gujarat elections.
Gujarat was a bastion of the BJP, and now the party is seeking its sixth term.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been Gujarat’s longest-serving chief minister for 21 years. Last September, the BJP adopted a full transformation strategy, and Bhupendra Patel replaced Vijay Rupani as chief minister along with a complete overhaul of the cabinet. (ANI)