Success of ‘Trishakti Sammelan’ of the BJP workers who came from Haridwar and Tehri Lok Sabha constituencies has again brought into focus the huge organisational might of the saffron brigade. This seems all the more so when contrasted with the fissure-stricken organisation of the Congress with leaders, inimical to one another, pulling it in different directions, say the political observers.
It is estimated that over 13,000 booth level workers from these two parliamentary constituencies attended the programme. The workers were handed over a bag containing literature, highlighting the achievements of Narendra Modi Government. The national-level joint general secretary of the party, Shiv Prakash looked like a school headmaster when he lectured to the party workers on the activities they should undertake to ensure that the votes of 60 percent and more voters are cast in favour of the party candidate in the booth they are to be entrusted with.
He further said that at every booth, a 21-member active and effective booth committee should be constituted. Prakash directed that within seven days, a meeting of this committee should be convened and Pana (Page) Pramukhs should be appointed.
The concept of ‘pana pramukh’ is unique in which one worker is given the charge of one page consisting of about 60 voters. And they would be in constant touch with the voters, he said. Shiv Prakash also asked the party workers to identify ‘millennium voters’- the young voters born after 2000 who have recently turned 18-and help in making their voter cards.
He also directed the party workers to organise tea parties for the voters while listening to Man Ki Baat of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The BJP leader also asked the party workers to download Narendra Modi app in their mobile phones and carefully study the various welfare schemes rolled out by the Government. He also directed them to hold small meetings in their areas and conduct a review of the voters’ list.
Meanwhile, for the programme, the organisers had made elaborate preparation. Apart from providing party caps, saffron stoles and party literature, arrangement for breakfast and lunch for the workers was also made by the party.
Amar Singh Rawat, a booth level party worker belonging to remote Bhitadi village of Mori in Gangotri, was felicitated by the party president Amit Shah on the occasion. Shah mentioned that one has to travel 13 km on foot to reach the remote village Bhitadi.
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