Indore, Aug 8 (UNI) The BJP would hold discussions with party workers and other organisations between August 8 to 18 in every division of Madhya Pradesh for preparation of election manifesto in view of upcoming state assembly elections.
''Public participation is imperative in the formulation of an election manifesto that envisages all-round development of the state and that could be emulated by other states,'' BJP Election Manifesto Committee member Jaibhan Singh Pavaiah told UNI here.
Mr Pavaiah said suggestions would be taken from business organisations such as Chambers of Commerce, industrialists and other groups.
The BJP leader pointed out that public will is greater than party in democracy. The present government had achieved 70 per cent success in the implementation of election manifesto.
On leadership for the next assembly polls, he claimed that the next assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh would be fought under the leadership of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.
On whether assembly polls in Madhya Pradesh would be contested on the lines of Gujarat polls, he said Gujarat model meant developing the state with respect to industry, agriculture and infrastructure.
The difference between Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat meant that when the BJP came into power in Gujarat it was a developing state.
However, it was not the case with Madhya Pradesh.
On Hindutva-related polices, Mr Pavaiah said Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has demolished network of anti-national elements that are dangerous for the country.
The state government has taken similar action against SIMI in Indore and Malwa.
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