New Delhi: Even before the result of Assembly elections in Karnataka are declared, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leadership is getting ready for plethora of activities that included forth anniversary celebration of the NDA government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Centre for which a team has already been constituted to manage it.
The party will also convene meeting of the state BJP presidents and in-charge of the states on Monday which was decided today. This meeting will be addressed by the party president Amit Shah. Parliamentary Body meeting will also be convened if the BJP gets positive results from Karnataka, if sources are to be believed preparations are being made and leaders have been asked to be ready for some more hectic scheduled.
Besides all these meetings, early celebrations or late celebrations will also be decided depending on the result of Karnataka elections. Sources said that if the BJP gets positive results from the state then the celebration will start from May 15 itself for victory but fourth year anniversary celebration will start on May 17 else it will start on the day of swearing in that took place on May 26.
Party sources said that leaders of the party will decide how to use this occasion for the benefit of the NDA government. The party is not only going to use schemes started by the NDA government that started schemes like Jan Dhan Scheme, Ujjwala, electrification of every village, Mudra, Stand Up and Start Up. The slogan for this celebration is 'the path is right but goal still far'. The BJP will also take up ills of the previous governments and highlight them. Sources said that tempos started by the BJP from the time of four year celebration will continue till the general elections in 2019 by targeting the previous governments.
Sources further said that the slogan for this celebration has been coined as 48 years verses 48 months. The team of Union cabinet ministers has been constituted to chalk out programme for the celebration included Union Transport minister Nitin Gadkari, Information and Broadcasting Minister Smriti Irani, Railways minister Piyush Goyal and Petroleum minister Piyush Goyal.