The Gujarat Chief Minister, who recently has been promoted as the BJP election campaign chief, released his action plan during his interaction with core leader of Maharashtra BJP unit. The CM on Thursday visited Mumbai where he met senior party leaders and Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray.
The Sena leadership criticised Modi earlier this week, accusing him of acting in a divisive manner by rescuing only Gujaratis from the flood-hit Uttarakhand. Later, however, the Sena took a U-turn and said it never criticised the Gujarat chief minister.
However, Modi's meeting with Thackeray left a clear hint for his critic that BJP and Shiv Sena would not drift apart ahead of the crucial general elections.
Here are the details of agenda released by Modi:
- Getting the social media addresses of 1 lakh persons from all 48 Lok Sabha constituencies,
- Rejuvenating the party organization,
- Strengtheing the block level party network,
- Reaching out to the voters through a comprehensive plan and on top of it weed out factionalism.