BJP runs a three-day training program for its Bengali leaders | Panda Anku

Move is designed to rejuvenate the party in the state and prepare it for the 2024 Lok Sabha polls. Move is designed to rejuvenate the party in the state and prepare it for the 2024 Lok Sabha polls.

New Delhi: In order to rejuvenate the BJP in West Bengal and prepare the party cadre for the upcoming 2024 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP will hold a three-day training program for all of its senior leaders in Bengal.
The training program, which will be held from August 29-31 at the posh Vedic Village Resort and Spa in South Kolkata, will be an all-home program, with Bengali BJP leaders being trained by senior leaders from Delhi and other parts of the state . Sources also confirmed that senior BJP leaders such as National Secretary General (Organization) BL Santosh, Smriti Irani and BJP National President JP Nadda could attend the program and brief Bengali BJP leaders on how they are preparing for the elections in Be able to prepare Lok Sabha.
However, sources also said that although BL Santosh would be physically present for the Kolkata training program and would be staying with the BJP leaders at Vedic Village Resort and Spa, Smriti Irani and JP Nadda would most likely prepare the BJP Bengali leaders via video conference from Delhi out.
Aside from these leaders, the newly appointed BJP National Secretary General and responsible for Bengal, Sunil Bansal, would also physically attend the training program. This would be Bansal’s first visit to West Bengal after he was appointed in charge of Bengal earlier this month.
The Sunday Guardian has also confirmed the meeting from Vedic Village Resort and Spa and sources at the resort tell this newspaper that all 200 rooms at the resort have been fully booked by the customer (BJP) for three days and there are no external guests between 29th and 29th April August and August 31 allowed.
Regarding this training program, West Bengal BJP sent out a letter to all of their leaders who would attend the three-day event.
According to the letter, accessed by The Sunday Guardian, all MLAs, MPs, State Presidents and all other members of the State Executive Committee of West Bengal, including State Secretaries, Vice Presidents and Speakers, have been invited to the programme.
In addition, all 42 district presidents of all organizing districts of the BJP were asked to make themselves available for the training program. All District Leaders, Morcha Presidents and Cell Convenors and Leaders were also invited.
The official letter, sent to all BJP leaders on Aug. 24, states that all leaders participating in the program need only bring essential and everyday necessities for the residential program, while food and lodging for all leaders would be taken care of by the party. The letter also states that all participants – i.e. Bengali BJP leaders – are required to read three books – The Biography of Dr Shayamaprasad Mukherjee, Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya and Individual Human Philosophy – before participating in the training program in Kolkata.
The letter also mentions that only invited BJP leaders will be allowed to enter the venue and “all leaders are requested to leave their security personnel and their respective personal staff, including their personal assistants, outside the venue’s front gate and will only be permitted entry allowed to pick up their respective leaders on August 31 after the end of the program,” the letter reads.
Sources in the BJP aware of this development said that the central BJP was “concerned” about the situation in Bengal and the state of affairs at the Bengal BJP and that the central leadership of the BJP therefore thought it advisable to launch a training programme Bengal with all its senior leaders to prepare the party in the state to take over the government of the Trinamool Congress ahead of next year’s Panchayat elections and Lok Sabha elections in 2024.
In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, where the party won 18 of the 42 Lok Sabha seats from the state, the Bharatiya Janata Party achieved a massive number for the first time, but just two years later, the Bharatiya Janata Party failed to match its performance and lost the Vidhan Sabha elections in 2021.
The party hopes to repeat the record in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, and party sources say the training program would serve as a “beginner’s” lesson for all of its leaders in the state.

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