Mission 2024: BJP to train cadres for regular dialogue with villagers, providing social protection programs to the poor

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The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will train cadres to ensure regular dialogue with villagers and the provision of various social welfare programs to the poor, especially in rural areas, the head of the BJP’s farmers’ wing said on Sunday. in Uttar Pradesh, Kameshwar Singh.

Training of BJP cadres will be undertaken in preparation for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections and to ensure “100% saturation of government (welfare) programs”.

The farmers’ wing of the BJP would be a key part of this initiative. The task will also be taken up by all cells and wings of the party, the BJP leaders said.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has repeatedly insisted on 100% saturation coverage of social protection schemes. The BJP and the government will toe this line. Executive training dates have yet to be announced.

As part of its rural connection campaign, the farmers’ wing of the BJP held a dialogue with farmers across the state on Sunday.

This was part of the “samajik nyay pakhwada (social justice fortnight)” which began on April 6, the day the BJP was founded. The fortnight will continue until April 20.

“The farmers have been informed about the various social protection programs that the government has planned for them. So we talked about programs like Kisan Credit Card, Soil Health Card, Neem Coated Urea, Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi, Pradhan Mantri Crop Insurance Scheme, PM Krishi Sinchai Scheme, among others,” said Kameshwar Singh.

He said the party would step up its farmer connection initiatives keeping in mind the 2024 Lok Sabha polls.

“Never since independence have so many programs been introduced keeping rural people and farmers in mind,” said Singh, who was in Kushinagar for Sunday’s event.

“Despite the canards and campaigns directed against us, the farmers continued to support the BJP. In the past, people preferred us despite an SP-BSP rapprochement. Now we tell farmers how we work steadily to double their income,” Singh said.


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