“Eyeing the 2018 Vidhana sabha general elections, BJP volunteers should start working from grass root level in order to come to power in the state,” said State BJP secretary Aravind Limbavali.
He advised the volunteers to identify the voters from booth level and if in case any voter’s names are missing in the voter’s list, it has to be added.
Addressing the BJP executive meeting at Chennabasappa auditorium, Ittigegoodu, Mysuru, Aravind Limbavali called upon the BJP activists to organise the party from the booth level by forming committees and identifying the voters. “In case any voters have moved away or if any names are left out, then the activists should rectify the problems. This will be helpful in organising the party,” he said.
“All the BJP morchas should unify and work towards building the party. With the advent of technology, everyone possesses smart phones which can be used as a platform to spread awareness about the works of BJP to the public,” he added.
As part of Dr B R Ambedkar’s 125th birth anniversary, BJP party has organised various programmes such as cleanliness drives, health camps and Dalit conferences. Aravind Limbavali said that in order to pass the principles of our ancestors, Yeddyurappa’s government had celebrated Valmiki Jayanti and Kanakadasa Jayanti. People are willing to see Yeddyurappa as their next Chief Minister and all the BJP workers should work towards attaining that goal.
MP Prathap Simha, City BJP president Manjunath, Deputy Mayor Vanitha Prasanna, MUDA president Nagendra and others were present.