Sangh Parivar gives momentum to BJP’s electoral front through ‘increase voting’ campaign

  • Sangh Parivar workers will go door-to-door and contact on issues of Ram Temple construction, Section 370, Uniform Code of Conduct, Citizenship Amendment Act and Hindutva
  • New area campaigner Swapnil Kulkarni’s focus on tribal and Dalit areas

Milind Muzumdar, Indore
BJP’s campaign for Lok Sabha elections in Madhya Pradesh is being run completely under the guidance of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. BJP’s election campaign is being monitored from Samidha, the headquarters of the central region. Central region’s new area campaigner Swapnil Kulkarni has taken charge of the Vote Increase campaign. His focus is especially on tribal and Dalit areas.

Sangh Parivar workers are campaigning on Hindutva issues like Article 370 in the central region i.e. Madhya Pradesh, construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya, Uniform Code of Conduct Act, Citizenship Amendment Act, delisting in tribal areas, anti-conversion law etc. -We are running a campaign to create public awareness at home. The Sangh is working to increase the voting percentage under a well-planned plan. Obviously, BJP gets direct and indirect benefits from every activity and campaign of the Sangh politically. In the meeting of All India Representative Assembly of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh held in Nagpur, it was decided that this time the Sangh will run a campaign to increase the voting percentage. Mainly the help of Shatabdi Vistars is also being taken in this work.

The top leadership of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh is also continuously increasing its focus on Madhya Pradesh. Sarsanghchalak Dr. Mohan Bhagwat was on his stay in Madhya Pradesh for the last two days in this context. He has visited Amarkantak, Jabalpur and Omkareshwar. Other top officials of the Sangh are also going to visit Madhya Pradesh.

Benefit of BJP’s strong network of Sangh Parivar – Apart from expansion of branch work, Sangh has also launched delisting movement among tribals, campaigns like Sivagange to increase water catchment area, campaign to connect tribals with religious, social and cultural festivals, employment to tribal youth and Keeping in view their physical capabilities, a campaign is also being run to connect the youth with activities like sports etc. Although Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh does not participate in politics, BJP benefits from its activities and its campaigns. Dr. Bhagwat is continuously visiting Madhya Pradesh. Apart from him, Bhaiya Ji Joshi is also active in Madhya Pradesh in the past.

Apart from Bhaiya Ji Joshi, current Sarkaryavah Dattatreya Hosabale and co-Sarkaryavah Arun Kumar also keep visiting Madhya Pradesh. Obviously the Sangh leadership is continuously emphasizing on expanding the work in Madhya Pradesh. Expansion of Sangh work means that BJP stands to benefit from it politically. The Sangh is celebrating the centenary of its establishment in 2025. The centenary year will be celebrated throughout the year, for this full time extension officers have been hired. Which has been named Shatabdi Vistarak. 235 Shatabdi Vistaraks have emerged in Madhya Pradesh. Including the three provinces of the state, the number of daily running branches of the Sangh is now around 7300. It is being increased to 10,000. Apart from this, service projects are also being run. Along with this, 36 affiliated organizations of the Sangh are engaged in strengthening their network in Madhya Pradesh.

There were significant changes in the central sector recently

Central region unit of Madhya Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh includes Chhattisgarh, Central India, Malwa and Mahakaushal provinces, that is, the Sangh has divided the entire Madhya Pradesh into four provinces from its point of view. Recently, important changes have been made here from the organizational point of view in Central India. State campaigner Swapnil Kulkarni was given the responsibility of area campaigner in place of Deepak Vispute. Prem Shankar Sidar has been made co-field campaigner. Sidar was till now the state campaigner of Chhattisgarh, while Abhay Ram ji has been made the new state campaigner of Chhattisgarh. Abhay Ram ji is originally from Chhattisgarh and till now he used to look after the work in the tribal area. Similarly, in place of Ashok Sohni, the responsibility of area union leader of the central region has been given to Purnendu Saxena. Till now he was on the responsibility of provincial Sanghchalak of Chhattisgarh. Similarly, Vinay Dixit, provincial publicity head of Malwa province, will now be the coordinator of Pragya Pravah. Whereas Baliram, the current campaigner of Malwa province, has been made the All India Social Harmony Chief. In his place, Rajmohan Singh will be the new provincial campaigner of Malwa province. Till now he was co-provincial campaigner here. Before this, Rajmohan Singh had also been a metropolitan campaigner in Bhopal. Vimal Gupta has been given the responsibility of provincial campaigner of Central India province. Vimal Gupta was performing the responsibility of co-provincial campaigner in this province. Vimal Gupta has also been the personal assistant of Bhaiyaji Joshi.

Malwa province’s provincial publicity chief Vinay Dixit will now be the coordinator of Pragya Pravah. Deepak Vispute, who was a regional thinker of the Central region for more than 5 years, has been promoted as All India cum Intellectual Head. All the new office bearers have assumed their duties.

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