PM will speak with 4.5 lakh employees at the booth level today

Patna: To hone the BJP’s election campaign in each of the 40 Bihar Lok Sabha seats, Prime Minister (PM) Narendra Modi will have a “direct dialogue” with almost 4.5 lakh booth-level workers on Tuesday.
Samrat Choudhary, the president of the State BJP and the deputy chief minister, informed TOI on Monday that PM Modi will meet with all party workers at the booth level directly on Tuesday through the NaMo app, NaMo TV, and his official YouTube channel. This includes the presidents and members of the booth committees, Panna Pramukh and Shakti Kendra Pramukh.

“The PM’s direct dialogue will commence at approximately 6 p.m.,” he said, adding that the primary motivation for setting up the “direct dialogue” is the PM’s desire to personally learn about the continuing efforts being made at the booth level in each of the state’s 40 seats in anticipation of the Lok Sabha elections.
“The PM will guide the booth-level workers on how to ensure the victory of the NDA candidates in the current elections during his dialogue with the grass-roots workers,” the deputy chief minister said. “He will also accelerate the ongoing preparations.”
In addition, Choudhary said that party workers around the state were very motivated by the PM’s conversation and they were impatiently awaiting the opportunity to speak with the Prime Minister face-to-face.
In all, there are 77,392 voting places in the state. For every voting place, the BJP has established a booth committee made up of five members. Consequently, there are now 3.86 lakh members of the booth committee. In addition, the party has about 10,000 Shakti Kendra Pramukh and 80,000 “Panna Pramukh,” or pages in control of the electoral register, across the state. As a result, on Tuesday, around 4.5 lakh workers would tune in to the PM’s broadcast, according to Danish Iqbal, the state spokesman for the BJP.
As part of the NDA partners’ seat-sharing agreement, the BJP is running for 17 seats, JD (U) for 16, LJP (RV) for 5, and the HAM-S and RLM for one each.

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