Rajahmundry: BJP national president Amit Shah will be holding a series of marathon sessions with party leaders and supporters during his three-day visit from August 28 to 30 in Vijayawada. He will chalk out party’s policy for AP to face the elections scheduled to be held in 2019. Rajahmundry City MLA Akula Satyanarayana said, “Our party chief will be holding a series of meetings with the party leaders and supporters to give a direction to the party in the state on how to face the elections.”
As the BJP-led NDA government is according constitutional status to the OBC panel, the BJP chief will address people belonged to other backward communities at a meeting to be held at Thummala Kala Kshetram in Vijayawada on August 28. BJP sources said that the party chief will concentrate more on interaction with the elected representatives, leaders and supporters.
He will discuss the ways to take the party to the doorsteps of the people. The BJP chief will stress on the welfare schemes and developmental projects initiated by the Centre. As the two major political parties — the ruling TD and the Opposition YSRC — in the state are having traditional vote banks, the BJP will concentrate more on neutral voters. The state BJP is having two views regarding the electoral alliance. A section of leaders are in the view of going it alone, while others seek ties with the TD. The former is banking on the popularity of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The BJP won two Lok Sabha seats in 2014 in alliance with the Telugu Desam.