BJP OBC Morcha in Jodhpur: BJP has already announced that in Rajasthan the party will contest the elections under collective leadership without any face and after the elections the CM will be selected through the MLAs. At the same time, party sources believe that this time the election of Rajasthan will be fought on issues and a strategy will be made to expose the failures of the Gehlot government in front of the public.
New Delhi: The country's Home Minister Amit Shah will be on a visit to Rajasthan on 10 September. Amit Shah will attend the meeting of the National Executive of OBC Morcha in Jodhpur, the home district of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on September 10 itself. Sources said that the Union Minister will also meet the 'Sambhag' (organizational division) of Jodhpur.
The official notice and details of the program will be released soon. Before the assembly elections in Jodhpur, the National Executive of the BJP OBC Morcha wants to hit two targets with one arrow. By gathering prominent OBC leaders of BJP from across the country in Gehlot's home district, the BJP is working on a strategy to increase psychological pressure on the Gehlot government from there.
A senior BJP leader said, “OBC Morcha is organizing its national executive meeting. This is a direct challenge on the home turf of the Congress chief minister." Apart from this, Home Minister Amit Shah's visit to Jodhpur is also special in the sense that Union Jal Shakti Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat also comes from Jodhpur.
In such a situation, there is a discussion in the political corridors that Shekhawat is the choice of many leaders of Delhi in the race for the post of Chief Minister. However, BJP state chief Satish Poonia has said that BJP will enter the electoral fray on the face of PM Modi.
The booth-wise expansion of OBCs will be considered in this meeting keeping in view the 2024 general elections. A source said, “There will be a political resolution and roadmap for the 2024 general elections. At the same time, discussions are on for the role of BJP in next year's Rajasthan elections.
The focus will be on strengthening the OBC front in non-BJP states, to ensure that the community supports the party in every election. “We will spread awareness about the schemes of the central government and the welfare work done by the Modi government for the community,” the source said.