BJP begins 10-day nationwide mass contact drive to mobilise support for CAA


J P Nadda addressing party workers (RSTV Screengrab)

J P Nadda addressing party workers (RSTV Screengrab)

BJP began a ten-day mass contact drive nationwide from today to mobilise support for the Citizenship (Amendment) Act.

In Uttar Pradesh, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath began the mass contact programme in Gorakhpur.

BJP president and Home Minister Amit Shah will join the drive in Delhi, while party working president JP Nadda will start the drive in Ghaziabad.

Several Union Ministers and BJP leaders including Rajnath Singh and Nitin Gadkari will also take part in this door to door campaign in different parts of the country.

BJP General Secretary Anil Jain said that the party leaders and workers will contact 3 crore families to rally support for the CAA.

BJP working president J P Nadda on Sunday said his party is the only one that is free from dynastic politics and based on ideology.

Addressing party workers here, Nadda said the BJP is also the only party with a leader (neta) and policy (neeti).

Ahead of the Delhi Assembly polls, he urged the party workers to at least visit a household thrice to send across the message of the BJP.