The BJP-led NDA government has grand plans to celebrate its two years in power. While the party workers have been asked to gear up for 21-day long ‘Vikas Parv’, to be held from May 26 to June 15, it has identified 200 “nerve centres” across the country to highlight the achievements of the government.
According to the reports, 33 teams, each comprising of one Cabinet Minister, one Minister of State (MoS) along with a national and state-level party functionary will visit 6-7 identified nerve centres to highlight the achievements of the government during the ‘vikas parv’.
An internal note had also been sent to all the ministers and department heads seeking to highlight the achievements of Modi government in the last years.
“It is also important to emphasise the obstruction by Opposition in not passing important legislations and creating hurdles in the path of development so that general public take note of achievements of government,” states the internal note.
The Modi government would complete two years in office on May 26, after BJP was voted to power with a massive mandate in 2014 general elections.
Sammelans or public meetings have also been organised with the beneficiaries of various welfare schemes of Central government. The ruling party will also be holding non-political meetings with industry bodies, farmers and women’s organisations, lawyers and doctors’ associations.
Besides, it includes holding press conferences along with exclusive interviews and organising official programmes.
The Lok Sabha MPs belonging to NDA have been told to spend atleast two days and one night in each assembly segment under their Parliamentary constituency and hold meetings with public for grievance redressal.
During the meetings, model development tree will be displayed prominently for the better understanding of the public. The Prime Minister’s appropriate message on a particular welfare scheme will be displayed in the background.
Rajya Sabha MPs belonging to NDA have also been asked to visit districts in the state they are elected from and devote 15-20 days during the campaign visiting all assembly constituencies and highlighting the achievements.
Apart from that, eight Chief Ministers and one Deputy Chief Minister of BJP will spend at least two days within home town and two days outside the state to highlight significant projects, policies and welfare schemes of the government.
Besides, party functionaries will be visiting every block to attract local media and disseminate through them the quantum of funds sanctioned and released and the number of beneficiaries of various welfare schemes.
State party functionaries will visit each and every Mandal and should make night halts at major villages to develop personal rapport with villagers.
(With inputs from the PTI)