In the election-bound city of Ajmer, Rajasthan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will today launch the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) month-long pan-Indian campaign, “Maha Jansampark,” which will cover all 543 Lok Sabha seats.
A public meeting in Ajmer, Rajasthan, will serve as the “Maha Jansampark” launch event.
After the Centre has been open for nine years, there will be numerous public programmes carried out across the nation as part of the Maha Jan Sampark, which will take place from May 31 (today) to June 30. Over 5 lakh eminent families will be contacted, along with over 51 massive rallies, public gatherings in over 500 locations, over 600 press conferences, and over 500 Lok Sabha and 4000 Vidhan Sabha constituencies.
The program’s coordinator, Tarun Chugh, shared information about the programme, the largest outreach in BJP history: “A total of 288 top BJP leaders and 16 lakh party workers will interact with voters at ten lakh booths and 144 clusters covering all Lok Sabha seats to deliver the message of achievements in nine years of the party’s rule at the Centre.”