Chotta Udepur , May 31: Ahead of the crucial assembly polls in the state of Gujarat, Party chief Amit Shah today kick-started the poll preparations for his home state Gujarat which will go to poll later in this year.
As a part mass outreach campaign, Shah who arrived for the three-day tour on his first day interacted with the booth level workers of Devaliya village, a tribal dominated region in Chotta Udepur district as the part of in vistarak yojna. On this occasion State BJP president Jitu Vaghani and State in-charge Bhupendra Yadav and other party functionaries were present.
Speaking on this occasion shah underlined that even if Gujarat remains the party's strong fortress, they have to make it further strong and ensure that it continues to remain strong. Briefing about the mega public interaction programme shah informed that, a total 48,000 party workers will engage the door to door campaign to explain party's programmes and various pro people schemes launched by central and state governments.
Citing the example from the state of Lakshwadeep Shah said, “I had been to Lakshwadeep for three days, visited 15 booths where we inducted 40 new members. We are not strong there as we got only 3,200 votes in Lok Sabha elections but still, Our party values organisation and workers, they are the soul of the party” said Shah. He also urged newly indicated 225 members to take the message of the party to every person. Shah is also schedule to visit the Sabarkantha district yet another congress dominated tribal district.
Briefing about the details about Shah’s visit Bharat Pandya, state BJP spokesperson said, “On Wednesday Party chief Amit Shah will be addressing the gathering of eminent citizens of Vadodara at Sayaji Rao Town Hall”. He further informed that State BJP in-charge Bhupendra Yadav and state BJP president Jitu Vaghani will be attending the same along with senior party officials.
In the assembly polls of 2012 congress party had bagged the 16 to 17 seats out of the 28 assembly seats despite serious efforts of BJP under the leadership of then Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi.