New Delhi, Sep 9: The state Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the election-bound states of the country will have to heavily rely on the central leadership of the party. The challenges that the party is facing at the moment seems difficult to be handled by the state leadership.
Sources said that the central leadership has assured the states leadership all help and has asked to identify the places where it wants programmes from the central leaders especially of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and national party president Amit Shah.
State leadership tried to put across sentiment of the state party leaders as issue of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe (Prevention of Atrocities) Act and fuel price rice.
States leadership is finding it difficult to deal with issues like this in their respective states. Leaders from Rajasthan were more concerned about the matter and wanted some intervesion from the Centre.
But they were asked to identify places where as per their assessment the BJP needs boost, the central leadership is keeping a tab on every development. So wherever they feel like more support from the central leadership, they must prepare a big rally there.
Though elections have not yet been declared but the party is in election not only in four states - Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Mijoram and possibly Telengana where the Assembly was dissolved recently.
Central leadership asked the state BJP to plan rallies and assured them to get as many rallies as they will ask for. The state BJP has also been asked to start preparation where they want rallies to be held.