Lok Sabha Election 2024: 25 lakh phone calls will be made from America to make BJP win

By Pooja Bhardwaj February 8, 2024 5:03 PM IST

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Lok Sabha Election 2024

Lok Sabha elections 2024 are going to start in India in a few months. All national and regional parties including BJP and Congress have started their preparations for the elections in full swing. While BJP has started meetings all over the country, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is also taking out Bharpat Jodo Nyaya Yatra. Meanwhile, news has come that preparations are also being made in America to ensure the victory of BJP and PM Modi in the Lok Sabha elections 2024. Let us know this whole matter.

Preparation for more than 25 lakh phone calls

The US-based organization Overseas Friends of BJP has made a comprehensive plan to bring Prime Minister Narendra Modi to power for the third consecutive time in the Lok Sabha elections to be held in 2024. The aim of the organization is to make the Bharatiya Janata Party win a record 400 seats in the elections. According to leaders of Overseas Friends of BJP, more than 25 lakh phonecalls will be made in India to support BJP during the elections.

3000 people will be sent to India

Overseas Friends of BJP also plans to send a delegation of over 3,000 Indian Americans to the Lok Sabha elections in 2024. These people will campaign for the party and its candidates in various capacities in India. More than two dozen teams have also been created across the US to help make specific calls and develop strategies tailored to different states and languages.

There will also be a discussion over tea

Overseas Friends of BJP has informed that their organization USA will present the achievements of Modi government in the last five years as well as 10 years. Tea discussions will also be organized in towns and cities across America. He has told that we will have call centers almost at the county (district) level. We’ll take a call and we’ll break it down by state.

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