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PM Modi can hold 3 rallies in Begusarai, Bettiah and Aurangabad of Bihar.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi can start the 2024 Lok Sabha election campaign from Bihar. News agency ANI quoted BJP sources as saying that on January 13, the PM will hold a rally in Bettiah, Champaran. He will also hold a public meeting at Raman Maidan. On the same day he can also go to Dhanbad in Jharkhand.
BJP sources said that on January 13, PM Modi can inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of various roads and central schemes of Bihar in Bettiah. This will be the first time since the 2014 Lok Sabha elections that the BJP will contest the elections without its oldest ally JDU.
After January 15 i.e. Makar Sankranti, BJP will hold many public meetings and rallies in the state. Prime Minister Modi himself will hold three rallies in Begusarai, Bettiah and Aurangabad. This time the party will contest on 40 seats along with LJP and HAM.
After the PM’s program, party president JP Nadda and Home Minister Amit Shah will participate in the campaign in January and February. Shah will hold public meetings in Sitamarhi, Madhepura and Nalanda in January and February. At the same time, Nadda will hold rallies in Seemanchal and eastern areas of Bihar.
There are 40 Lok Sabha seats in Bihar. In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, NDA had won 39 seats. Then Nitish Kumar’s JDU was with BJP. After Nitish’s separation from NDA, BJP has 17 seats and JDU has 16 seats. Apart from this, BJP’s ally LJP has 6 seats. One seat went to Congress’s account. RJD does not have a single seat.
Seat sharing issue in front of India
Seat sharing among 28 parties is also a big challenge for India, which is set to face BJP in the Lok Sabha elections, before starting the election campaign. The fifth meeting of the alliance is to be held this month, in which this issue can be discussed.
According to media reports, Congress will demand 85 seats from the 9 alliance states from the INDIA block. At the same time, TMC Bengal and Aam Aadmi Party have expressed their desire to contest elections alone in Delhi and Punjab. Uddhav faction’s Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut has talked about contesting elections on 23 out of 48 seats in Maharashtra.
Congress will conduct Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra
Congress is going to start Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra from January 14, about 4 months before the elections. The yatra will start from Manipur and end in Mumbai on March 20, covering 14 states and 85 districts. The purpose of the yatra is to reach out to the common people before the elections. Earlier, Rahul Gandhi had undertaken Bharat Jodo Yatra from 7 September 2022 to 30 January 2023. The 145-day journey started from Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu and ended in Jammu and Kashmir.
On the other hand, Congress on January 6 included Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Himachal Pradesh, Telangana, Nagaland and Manipur. Apart from this, the party formed a Central War Room and Publicity Committee.
BJP will field 150 new candidates
BJP, which is preparing for Lok Sabha elections 2024, is working on several formulas simultaneously. Discussions are going on in the party ranging from cutting tickets of sitting MPs to giving chances to new faces. According to sources, the party is working to increase youth representation in Parliament till the 100th year of independence. BJP can field 150 new candidates in the elections. Among these, the number of candidates in the age group of 41 to 55 years will be more.
A general secretary of the BJP said that 26% of the members in the first Lok Sabha were below 40. Later youth representation in Parliament continued to decrease. The number of MPs who won elections in the Lok Sabha from three to 11 times increased. In view of this, the party is going to give the responsibility of the organization to most of the leaders who have won the Lok Sabha elections two or more times.
Apart from this, barring exceptions, no one will be sent to Rajya Sabha more than twice. 80% people who are knowledgeable in law, medicine, science, arts, economic affairs, technology, environment and language will get the chance. If elections are held on ten seats, there will be only two candidates who will be important in terms of caste equation or contribution to the organization.
PM Modi wants to increase the representation of youth population
There are more than 65% youth in the country, hence Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to increase their representation. If a person gets Lok Sabha ticket continuously, his fellow workers are left out of electoral politics. Therefore, except on some special occasions, no single worker should be given the opportunity to represent the Lok Sabha more than 2-3 times. This will give opportunity to new people.
Average age in Lok Sabha is 54 years, people of 25-40 years are eligible for re-election. stamp
The average age of MPs in the current Lok Sabha is 54 years. The representation of BJP MPs in the age group of 25 to 55 years is 53%. BJP is preparing to field most of the MPs in the age group of 41-55 years instead of those in the age group of 56 to 70 years. Those in the age group of 25-40 will be given tickets again. In such a situation, 150 new faces will be fielded in the elections.
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