PM Modi's social engineering before assembly elections visits Rajasthan for the fourth time in five months
Today, apart from inaugurating the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway in Dausa's Bandikui, he will also address the public meeting, after the tribal area, now Gurjar-Meena voters are on the lookout, worshiped on September 1 at the Amba Mata temple located on the Gujarat-Rajasthan border Archana, PM Modi has also visited Mangarh Dham to help tribal voters, participated in the program on Devnarayan Jayanti to help Gurjar voters.
There may be more than 10 months before the Rajasthan assembly elections, but Congress and BJP have already started election preparations. Claiming an anti-incumbency wave in Rajasthan, the visits of central BJP leaders have intensified in Rajasthan.
This can be gauged from the fact that even Prime Minister Narendra Modi has now focused his attention on Rajasthan. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is visiting Dausa district on Sunday, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway at Bandikui in Dausa and will also address a huge public meeting.
Interestingly, this will be the fourth visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Rajasthan in the last 5 months, when the Prime Minister will address a public meeting on Sunday after the inauguration of the expressway in Dausa. The Prime Minister's visit is also being seen in connection with the upcoming assembly elections. Even though this program has been named a government program, but somewhere the way BJP leaders have been given the target of gathering more than 2 lakh crowd in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's public meetings, it is believed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's BJP will conch shell the assembly elections through a public meeting.
In fact, BJP leaders have been given the target of taking people from five districts of eastern Rajasthan to the Prime Minister's public meeting on Sunday. Leaders have been given the responsibility of taking workers and common people from Dausa, Bharatpur, Alwar, Karauli and Jaipur districts to PM Modi's public meeting.
On September 30, 2022, Prime Minister Narendra Modi offered prayers at the Amba Mata temple located on the Gujarat-Rajasthan border. During that time Gujarat assembly elections were going on. Though Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not make any election speech here, the visit was seen as a way of reaching out to the tribal voters living on the Rajasthan and Gujarat borders.
On the other hand, on November 1, 2022, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had come to participate in the Amrit Mahotsav program of independence in Mangarh Dham, which is considered the holy abode of tribals, to help the tribal voters, where PM Modi was martyred while fighting the British army in Mangarh Dham. Had paid tribute to the tribal revolutionaries. Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot also participated in this program.
On January 28, PM Modi came to Bhilwara's Asind to participate in the program organized on the birth anniversary of Lord Devnarayan, the deity of the Gurjar community, where he participated in the program on the birth anniversary of Lord Devnarayan and offered prayers. Also addressed the public meeting. This campaign of the Prime Minister was seen as an exercise to pacify the Gujjar voters who were angry with the Rajasthan government and the Congress party.
In fact, it has been agreed at the top level in the BJP that in the assembly elections to be held in Rajasthan, the party will not make anyone the face of the Chief Minister and the assembly elections will be fought to keep the face of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in front. In such a situation, it is believed that under this formula, the visits of Prime Minister Narendra Modi are increasing in Rajasthan.