About 80,000 leaders, workers from different parties join BJP ahead of Lok Sabha elections

FILE PHOTO: A man installs the symbol of India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on a tent during an election campaign rally by the party in Prayagraj, India, February 24, 2022. REUTERS/Ritesh Shukla/

In pursuit of its Mission 2024, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which is touted as one of the biggest political parties in the country, has formulated various strategies, including the establishment of a joining committee.

According to party sources who did not wish to be named, this committee has successfully brought in approximately 80,000 leaders and workers from different parties across the country into the BJP.

Induction into the party includes leaders not only at the national level but also at the district level. Sources said the party aims to incorporate around 100,000 leaders and workers from other parties before the upcoming general elections.

Among the prominent figures who have recently joined BJP are former Chief Minister of Maharashtra Ashok Chavan, Ritesh Pandey and Sangita Azad from Bahujan Samaj Party, Parneet Kaur, Lalchand Kataria, Kiran Kumar Reddy, (former Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh), Suresh Pachouri, Jyoti Mirdha, Arjun Modhwadia and Ravneet Singh Bittu from Congress, Arjun Singh from All India Trinamool Congress, V. Varaprasada Rao from YSRCP, Sushil Kumar Rinku and Sheetal Angural from Aam Aadmi Party.

The joining committee of BJP has Vinod Tawde as the coordinator with responsibilities extending to Western India. Ravishankar Prasad has been assigned responsibility for Eastern India; Rajiv Chandrasekhar for Southern India; Anurag Thakur for Northern India; and Bhupendra Yadav for Central India.



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