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BJP plans to enrol ‘quality’ members

Gujarat has more than 45,000 booths, and Modi had said, that I want 200 PMs in each booth of BJP.

Written by Hiral Devrajbhai Dave | Gandhinagar |
May 8, 2015 2:53:06 am
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Aiming to ensure enrolment of “quality” members, the Gujarat BJP will by this month-end take up the drive of contacting each of the 1.20 crore people who gave missed calls to become a primary member of the party, a senior leader of the party said.

The latest issue of Manogat, the BJP Gujarat’s mouthpiece, quotes Gujarat in-charge of the Sangathan Parva and Rajya Sabha MP, Mansukh Mandavia and party spokesperson IK Jadeja saying, “Gujarat has more than 45,000 booths, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said, that I want 200 PMs (Primary Members) in each booth of the BJP. We have lived up to his wish and enrolled 222 primary members per booth.”

Manogat editor Surendra Patel says in the foreword, “The speciality of our ideology is that we will not stop at numbers, but multiply the strength of these numbers into qualitative, for which we will be launching the Mahasampark Abhiyaan.”


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Till the party workers do not personally contact missed callers by conducting a door-to-door verification campaign to ensure the callers’ identity to formally initiate them into the party’s ideology and enroll them, these will remain mere numbers.

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(With PTI inputs)

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