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BJP wants to better its past record ahead of 2024 Lok Sabha election

After an all-time best performance in the Gujarat Assembly polls, the BJP wants to replicate this in the Lok Sabha, and Union ministers will be part of its strategy

Prime Minister Narendra Modi (left) with Union Home Minister Amit Shah (right).
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi (left) with Union Home Minister Amit Shah (right).

Radhika Ramaseshan New Delhi
In early February, when the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) brass convenes a second review meeting to ascertain and analyse the ongoing “Lok Sabha Pravas Yojana”, it will underline the seriousness of the scheme, where “pravas” literally means “immigration”.

The “Pravas Yojana” is the fulcrum of the BJP’s preparedness ahead of the 2024 parliamentary election. The party experimented with the concept before the 2019 Lok Sabha polls in just over 100 constituencies. But the model is now being applied to take the BJP close to its goal of beating the Congress’s all-time high of 404 in 1984.

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First Published: Jan 29 2023 | 10:18 PM IST

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