Making of Developed India— an acronym of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s surname, is the running theme for celebration of the NDA’s three successful years at the centre. In an attempt to capitalize the swelling popularity of PM Modi, BJP will organize an educative fest at over 900 places, all over India. The celebrations of the party’s third anniversary have already started from May 26th and will last until June 15th. The key initiatives, schemes and programs of the ruling BJP will be highlighted in a string of exhibitions that will be organized in Rajasthan, starting from June 2nd.
The PM himself inaugurated the celebrations by organizing a public rally in Guwahati on May 26th.
Just recently, Indian textile minister Smriti Irani shed light on the objective behind organizing ‘Making of Developed India’ in key locations across the country. Bhartiya Janta Party will organize seven major events in India to involve youngsters in mainstream development. The government will inform the youths of various government-run schemes and urge them to download individual apps to avail the benefits of specific schemes.
Following the official dictum—“Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikaas”, BJP president Amit Shah along with senior office bearers, state CMs, MPs and union ministers will lead the party celebrations in various locations to make people familiar with the party policies.
Making of Developed India Exhibition Schedule in Rajasthan
- June 2nd to 4th: Jaipur city, Jhalawar, Jhunjhunu, Sikar, Ajmer.
- June 9th to 11th: Jaipur (rural region), Pali, Kota, Churu, Nagaur.
- June 16th to 18th: Jodhpur, Bharatpur, Bikaner, Udaipur and Chttorgarh.
The key ambitions and objectives of the government will be highlighted in the exhibition, which will be organized by the union ministry of information and broadcasting.
Besides interacting with the masses and encouraging youth to come forward, the party will also try to consolidate its position in the upcoming 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Charming the youths and uplifting the status of rural population will be the main agendas for BJP in next elections—effectively highlighted through these exhibitions.