Teams to Ensure Government Schemes Reach People

The team would include BJP’s general secretary (organisation) and four other secretaries, all drawn from RSS.

Published: 26th March 2016 04:57 AM  |   Last Updated: 26th March 2016 04:57 AM   |  A+A-

NEW DELHI:  Within days of its national executive meeting, the BJP’s state units have been asked to hold similar meets to pass on  the message throughout the organisation. The party will form a team to go across the states to check if the government’s schemes are percolating to grassroots levels.

Sources said this was being done to strengthen the organisation and check work done by state units. The team would include BJP’s general secretary (organisation) and  four other secretaries —  all drawn from RSS. They will travel to various states and spend at least three days at each place. The team may have up to 10-12 members and will report to BJP chief Amit Shah.

Among the other decisions taken by the party is that its various cells and morchas will hold their meet in different states so that they could “learn” from developments there, as suggested by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The party has also decided to hold its next National Executive meet in the next three months. With emphasis on documentation, the BJP will soon have a software where all units can upload information on activities that can be accessed across party units. The party is expanding its reach by beginning construction on headquarters in 183 more districts.


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