BJP Strategises For Future Elections, Women And Schemes In Focus

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) began strategizing for another round of legislative polls on Friday, a day after reasserting its voter supremacy by staying in power in four out of five jurisdictions. The party is focusing on problems that would be the cornerstone of its advertisement and those that would arise as obstacles.

Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat will have legislative elections later this year.

While the Bharatiya Janata Party started the process of forming the outlines of the initiative for the next elections while celebrating the results of the assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh, Goa, Uttarakhand, and Manipur, senior party sources acquainted with the processes said.

On the other hand, as a portion of his two-day tour to Gujarat, Pm Narendra Modi attended a roadshow and spoke to a gathering of nearly 1 lakh elected officials of panchayat units on Friday.

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This series of polls, among the senior leaders one observed, is a testimonial to the party's policy initiatives and its appeal across classes of the society. They had established a set of concerns that might appeal to a bigger group of individuals, but the massive support the organization has gotten from women indicates that the polls would then have to be tailored to themes that connect the greatest with this group of supporters.

Women voters swayed the balances in support of the Bharatiya Janata Party in recent state elections, but they are not the only players. Since the 2014 assembly polls, the party has regularly benefited from female voters.

Modi remarked on Thursday that women had played a critical role in these polls and that they had been the Bharatiya Janata Party's partner in triumph. He stated that Nari Shakti was their winning partner. Wherever women candidates outnumber males, the Bharatiya Janata party has swept to victory.

The senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader cited above stressed the significance of women's votes, saying that there is a recognition that women's vocal matter, so regulations would be tailored all over gender-specific problems and consider the important problems that impact them, like the effects of weather change on their lives.

The Bharatiya Janata Party is examining the growth of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), which surged to victory in Punjab and is vying to emerge as the opposition camp's leader after the Congress was decimated in the state elections.

Elections in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh are usually a bipartisan affair between the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Congress.

On the provision of confidentiality, a second senior said the Aam Aadmi Party is now not a danger to the Bharatiya Janata Party. They are not a dangerous opponent due to their position in Delhi and now Punjab. The party is not Mamata Banerjee of the North. They are, nevertheless, a danger to the Congress and have appeared as the party capable of defeating them in history, as Lalu Yadav of the Rashtriya Janata Daland Mulayam Singh of the Samajwadi Party accomplished.

The Congress had lost its hegemony in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh after the advent of Lalu Prasad Yadav and Mulayam Singh in 1989 and 1990, respectively.