Uttar Pradesh: With an eye on the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has started preparations to ensure that his party - BJP - wins big in his state.
According to reports, after the party's historic win in the recent civic elections, CM Yogi Adityanath is not taking any chances and wants to consolidate the gains made his party.
Reacting to the BJP's massive win in the Uttar Pradesh civic polls, Yogi Adityanath had said that the victory had 'laid the foundation' for the party to win all the 80 seats in the upcoming 2019 general elections.
In view of the crucial 2019 polls, the Uttar Pradesh CM has started brainstorming with BJP MPs and MLAs so as to gauge the voters' expectations from the BJP government.
The saint-politician, who is supremely confident of party repeating its 2014 show in the 2019 elections, has reiterated that the upcoming polls would be a big test of his popularity in Uttar Pradesh.
Taking the upcoming polls as a big challenge, the UP CM today invited MPs and MLAs of 6 districts to his office to discuss the mood of the common man.
For today's meeting, the MPs and MLAs from Moradabad, Sambhal, Bandayu, Shahjahanpur and Saharanpur have been invited.
The saint-politician is expected to hold a series of deliberations with all BJP MPs and MLAs to know what does the common man want and what are his aspirations from the BJP dispensation.
People's response to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's and CM Yogi Adityanath’s policies like PM Housing Scheme and Ujjwal Gas scheme would also be discussed during the meeting.
Besides, Yogi Adityanath is also expected to hold a dialogue with the public representatives on a wide range of issues like education, sanitation, drinking water, crime etc.
The Chief Minister is of the view that these meetings would enable him to under the electorate's expectation and help him in chalking out a clear-cut strategy for the 2019 Lok Sabha battle.1111
As per CM’s media adviser, the Chief Minister has fixed one day to meet the parliamentarians, whereas he meets the MLAs twice a week.
It is to be noted that UP has a total 80 Lok Sabha seats. In 2014, BJP won 71 and its supporting parties won 2 seats.
(With Agency inputs)