BJP Plans to initiate outreach programme to connect with North Indians residing in Maharashtra ahead of the BMC Elections 2022

by Web Desk | Published: 19 Jul 2021

BMC Elections 2022: BJP to initiate Outreach Programme to Connect with North Indians in Maharashtra
Ahead of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation elections 2022 the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has declared a state-wide programme to reach and connect to the North Indians residing in the State of Maharashtra. In the meeting which was held in making the strategy for the upcoming Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) elections, it was decided by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to not be complacent on north Indian matters as the community adds up to substantial vote bank that decides the electoral outcome.  
 
The campaign which is named ‘halchal yatra’ operated by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Maharashtra North Indian Morcha mainly focuses and aims towards reaching out to the North Indian community and get informed about their wellbeing. The slogan which is used in the campaign is ‘North Indians are not outsiders, they are insiders.’ In a statement, the BJP leader Sanjay Pande said that to connect with the North Indians living in the state a state-wide campaign will be organized. A strict warning has been given to the BJP leaders not to take support from the north Indians for granted and make sure their devotion to the party is integrated. 
 
All the problems which will be faced by the North Indians living in the State of Maharashtra, the party workers will make sure to address those. The data will be put together and will be inspected concerning the information which has been gathered by the workers working during the campaign. 
 
“Leaving their home town behind the north Indians are living in the state of Maharashtra in huge numbers. So, we need to bridge between their actual home and Maharashtra. And we will make sure that they are well,” Pande said. The community of north Indian’s has a major role in the state of Maharashtra. Their contribution will be considered too, he added.