Bhopal: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has asked his ministers to spend one night in each constituency coming under the district of which they are made in charge. Chouhan organised an informal meeting of ministers at CM House on Tuesday.
Stating that night halts at constituencies help in meeting party workers, Chouhan said that he is getting a programme being prepared or organized night halts at several places this month. He said no excuse to escape from night halt will work now and all ministers have to devote their energy to reach out to people and encourage party workers.
Chief Minister asked ministers to go in their respective districts under their charge and hold meetings with party workers. It would be responsibility of the minister to ensure the victory of the party in his own constituency as well as other constituencies coming under the district of which they have been given the charge. The chief minister also told them to approach him in case of any issue.
Chief Minister said the ministers should also take part in the Vikas Yatras taken out in the district under their charge. He asked them to take to people the significant works being carried out by the government.
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The first meeting of BJP election management committee was marked with discussion on the functioning of the party organization and the government. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said he would like see Kamal Nath’s impact first before preparing next political strategy. The Vikas Yatras, to be taken out between May 15 and June 15 were also discussed.
Union minister Narendra Singh Tomar said party organisation has to prepare an action plan in connection with the works of the government. He said the strategy of Congress should be fully monitored. The party leaders claimed that Kamal Nath’s appointment as Congress state president will benefit the BJP. The prevalence of internal factionalism amongst Congress leaders was also discussed.
Chief minister asked to focus on unorganised workers during Vikas Yatras. Chouhan said MLAs and party organisation leaders should visit poor slums. He said preparations for elections should be made by focusing on farmers and workers.