Jaipur, May 2: BJP in Rajasthan is gearing up for state elections next year already. The party is aiming this time to grab at least 180 seats out of 200 to stay in power. In accordance to this, the party has called upon a two-day working committee meeting presided by Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and 200 other members.
The party is to discuss the GST Bill issue and the organizational structure of the BJP state unit. They are also brainstorming on the steps to strengthen the party’s stance in remote areas.
BJP in Rajasthan is focusing to retain 25 Lok Sabha seats in the state in the 2019 general elections with a bigger margin. The party also promised to give opportunities to the youth this time. State BJP unit chief Ashok Parnami said, “The party workers are full of energy and enthusiasm due to remarkable performance in various elections. All party leaders and workers have set themselves a target of 180 plus seats in the state elections next year. We are confident of achieving it.”
He also praised the chief minister for inking of the revised MoU of Rs 43,129 crore with state oil firm HPCL and the Rajasthan government for an oil refinery in Barmer district and said Rs 40,000 crore was saved after the renegotiation.