Milind Mujumdar, Indore, All India Publicity Chief of RSS, Arun Kumar, camped in Bhopal for 2 days and took a meeting of all the associate organizations of the Sangh family. He also spoke one to one with all BJP leaders.The Madhya Kshetra unit of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh is taking the Lok Sabha elections very seriously.
Madhya Kshetra comprises 29 Lok Sabha seats of Madhya Pradesh and 11 of Chhattisgarh.The Sangh has divided Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh into four provinces. Arun Kumar has taken a meeting of Mahakaushal and Central India region, whereas he has taken feedback from senior state-level Pracharaks for 8 seats of Malwa-Nimar.
The Sangh’s strategists are also being extra vigilant about Chief Minister Kamal Nath’s strong management.
Strategy of maximum voting
Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh has organized contact campaigns (Sampark Abhiyan) on 490 Lok Sabha seats in the country at all India level in these elections. The Sangh workers are busy meeting the target of reaching 20 crore households during the elections.
The Sangh has adopted the same strategy for Malwa-Nimar also that maximum voting can be done. The Sangh workers are distributing leaflets on how sternly Narendra Modi government has worked on issues like nationalism, air strike, internal security, infiltration etc. Voters are also being made aware about NOTA.