Lucknow: BJP would observe a week long ‘vikas parv’ in the state from May 26 when the Narendra Modi government completes its two years, to highlight its achievements, which would start with PM’s public meeting in Saharanpur.
“The PM will address a meeting in Saharanpur on May 26, marking the beginning of week long ‘vikas parv’ to highlight Modi government’s achievements,” party spokesman Vijay Bahadur Pathak said.
During ‘vikas parv’ week the MPs would participate in ‘jan chaupal’ programmes up to block levels and would tell about the achievements and programmes of the Centre, Pathak added.
The party workers would also cover 20,000 ‘gram sabhas’ which were left out during ‘Gram Uday to Bharat Uday’ campaign, he added.
Pathak said that it had been decided to constitute divisional and district level units between May 31 and June 7 respectively.
Earlier, addressing a meeting of senior leaders state BJP chief Keshav Prasad Maurya said that party’s historic win in Assam Assembly polls has boosted the morale of the party cadre.
He claimed people from all sections of the society were willing to get associated with the party.
The state BJP chief alleged that SP and BSP were at the same level on corruption and law and order front.
He alleged hurdles were being created in implementation of central schemes in the state as a result they were not reaching to the public.