BJP Launches Maha Samparka Abhiyan in Mysuru Ahead of 2024 Lok Sabha Elections

BJP launches 'Maha Samparka Abhiyan' door-to-door campaign in Mysuru, Karnataka, to highlight PM Modi's contributions and party's development works ahead of 2024 Lok Sabha polls, amid heightened political activity.

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BJP Launches Maha Samparka Abhiyan in Mysuru Ahead of 2024 Lok Sabha Elections

BJP Launches Maha Samparka Abhiyan in Mysuru Ahead of 2024 Lok Sabha Elections

On April 21, 2024, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) launched the Maha Samparka Abhiyan, a door-to-door campaign, in Mysuru, Karnataka. The campaign aims to highlight Prime Minister Narendra Modi's contributions and the party's development works ahead of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. The event is part of the BJP's efforts to reach out to voters and showcase the party's achievements under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi.

The campaign was launched by BJP State President B.Y. Vijayendra, who visited areas under booth numbers 232 and 233 and distributed pamphlets highlighting Prime Minister Narendra Modi's contributions and the party's development works across the nation. Vijayendra said the campaign will cover every voter in every polling booth and provide a strong push to the BJP's prospects, ensuring the victory of the NDA in Karnataka.

During the launch, Vijayendra criticized the Congress party's 'Chombu' campaign and accused the state government of relying on Central government funds. He also dismissed the Congress' advertisement against the Central government, alleging a lack of funds and confidence in their campaign. Vijayendra expressed outrage over photos involving Neha Hiremath and her murder accused, accusing the Congress of being behind it. He emphasized the importance of addressing social issues like protecting girl children, 'love jihad,' and 'Taliban ideology' in the state.

The BJP is seeking to capitalize on its performance in the previous polls and the popularity of Prime Minister Modi to secure a favorable outcome in the upcoming polls. The party believes that the Modi factor is fading, and the election focus has shifted to local and state-specific issues such as unemployment, price inflation, the defense of the constitution, and demands for a caste census.

The launch of the Maha Samparka Abhiyan comes amidst heightened political activity ahead of the second phase of Lok Sabha polls, scheduled to be held on April 26 in 89 Parliamentary constituencies across 13 states. A row erupted after Prime Minister Narendra Modi suggested that if the Congress comes to power, it would redistribute the wealth of people to Muslims, which the Congress accused of creating a divide between Hindus and Muslims.

Key Takeaways

  • BJP launched 'Maha Samparka Abhiyan' door-to-door campaign in Mysuru, Karnataka.
  • Campaign aims to highlight PM Modi's contributions and BJP's development works before 2024 polls.
  • BJP state president criticized Congress' 'Chombu' campaign and accused state govt of relying on central funds.
  • BJP seeks to capitalize on its previous performance and PM Modi's popularity to secure favorable outcome.
  • Campaign launch comes ahead of 2nd phase of Lok Sabha polls on April 26 in 89 constituencies.