Target 2024: BJP gets ready for the next Lok Sabha polls! What's in the agenda?

Amid having four years left for the next parliamentary polls, the Central ruling BJP has got ready with the target of retaining the reign in 2024. The party is all set to launch its nationwide tour to accomplish its target of winning the general election for the third consecutive time. 

According to reports, BJP National President JP Nadda will begin his 120-day nationwide tour from the first week of December with the hope of cementing the party strongly by fixing the damages and broken pieces. Nadda will be reviewing the party's organizational machinery across the country for the 2024 Lok Sabha polls and the party will largely be focusing on the areas and states where it hasn't performed well in the 2019 general elections.

The reports close to the developments said that Nadda will likely begin his national tour on December 5. BJP National Secretary Arun Singh said that the national president will begin his travel from the first week of December and Nadda will be starting his tour from Uttarkhand and will be traveling across the country. 

The national secretary said that Nadda will be visiting every state, holding virtual meetings with the state leaders and heads of all booth units. Nadda will also be meeting the state presidents, party's MLAs, and MPs in every state to frame the strategies and fixing the issues to prepare the party for the 2024 Lok Sabha polls. 

The reports say that JP Nadda will also be reviewing the ground situations and meeting the party leaders for strengthening and enhancing the party's base in the states, in the Lok Sabha constituencies, and the regions where BJP didn't win in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls. The tour will be powered by the recent victories of the party in some of the elections, with Bihar being the latest. 

This will be first of its kind tour to JP Nadda since he became BJP's National President and during his national tour, he will also be reviewing the party's preparedness for the upcoming assembly polls in Tamil Nadu, Kerala, West Bengal, and Assam and while BJP is ruling Assam, the other three states would be crucial for the Central ruling party to have a critical boost for the 2024 general elections. 

Nadda is also expected to meet the leaders of the allied parties in several states to strengthen the alliance. The national tour isn't new for BJP as Nadda's predecessor Amit Shah also had undertaken the nationwide tour during his term as BJP's National President and Amit Shah has been accredited to architect the party's victory in some of the states that had weakening grounds for the party.