As Assam is heading towards Panchayat polls, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is also preparing for the ensuing elections in the State. In order to make strategies, the BJP is going to hold a huge conference in the College of Veterinary Science playground at Khanapara in Guwahati.
Sources informed, “Preparations are going on in full swing for the upcoming All Assam BJP Booth Presidents’ Summit (Booth Sabhapati Sanmilan) scheduled to be held on March 24 at the College of Veterinary Science playground in Khanapara.”
As per sources, the BJP Booth Presidents’ Summit will be attended by BJP’s national President Amit Shah. Sources claimed, “This will be the biggest organization level meeting to be held for first time in the history of Assam.”
Amit Shah will have meetings with 25,849 booth presidents, 303 mandal presidents, 38 district presidents on March 24 with an aim to make panchayat bodies ‘Congress-mukt’ ahead of the Panchayat elections.
It may be mentioned that buoyed by its successful strategy in Tripura election, BJP is going to follow ‘Tripura model’ in the coming panchayat polls in Assam.
The party has already appointed ‘Prishtha Pramukhs’ to win the upcoming panchayat polls in the State.
A prishtha pramukh is the in-charge of a page of electoral rolls. He responsibility is to liaison with the all the voters whose names figure in that page.
“On March 24, altogether 3,33,000 prishtha pramukhs will be formally handed over the responsibility of taking care of 60 voters each. Our national president Amit Shah will inaugurate the programme,” State BJP general secretary Dilip Saikia told Northeast Now on Wednesday.
The Panchayat polls are a crucial factor ahead of the Lok Sabha elections next year.