Mumbai: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah will address BJP supporters in Goa on Saturday to conduct the meetings with party supporters.
Apart from him, Delhi chief minister will visit the coastal states on Monday. The Assembly elections will be held in Goa next March and its opposition party BJP government is facing a serious challenge from AAP.
Goa BJP president Vinay Tendulkar said, “Shah would hold a meeting with BJP’s booth-level workers on Saturday evening. He will meet around 9,000 booth workers and later BJP legislators,” Tendulkar said. On the same day, he will leave Goa. The BJP Goa president feels that Shah’s reputation will help the party to get the success in coming elections.
BJP MP, Hansraj Ahir from Chandrapur will also take part in the BJP’s Independence Day celebrations called ‘70 saal azaadi’ which will be held on 22 August.
A Goa BJP official, who did not wish to be named, conceded the gathering "expected to put in part of diligent work to hold power in 2017". "The backing that we got from a cross-segment of individuals in 2012 decisions has obviously ebbed. Indeed, even our center supporters are not by any means content with the administration's execution in Goa and the way a few issues have been taken care of, similar to the medium of guideline in schools. It is a testing time for us," the administrator said.
Kejriwal, who has gone by Goa twice in the most recent four months, will have a more broad and different effort amid his three-day program, starting Saturday.
Aside from meeting nearby AAP functionaries and laborers, Kejriwal will draw in with individuals who are monetarily reliant on Goa's mining industry. In spite of the fact that the restriction on mining in the state has been lifted, all action is suspended amid rainstorm since the pits are open. AAP Goa's media group functionary Rupesh Shinkre said Kejriwal "would meet transporters, truck drivers, scow administrators, apparatus handlers, and essentially everybody who is financially reliant on the mining business". "There are numerous issues with the mining business in Goa. Despite the fact that the lawful boycott has been lifted, the movement will continue just around October. The general population subject to this industry have no different method for occupation," Shinkre said.
On Sunday, the AAP boss will interface with Goa's Scheduled Tribe (ST) people group. ST people group represent 10.2% of Goa's populace according to the 2011 Census, and the greater part of them are reliant on horticulture. Shinkre said no other political gathering in Goa has drawn closer the issues going up against the ST people group the way AAP was. "Our engagement is not political. The association with tribals is not an AAP occasion and anybody can go along with," he said.