BJP will hold Loksamvad (public discourse) across the state, in which prominent party leaders, senior members and MPs would interact with people to know about their 'aspirations and expectations' before preparing the party's manifesto for October 15 Maharashtra Assembly polls.
"The idea behind 'Loksamvad' is to include aspirations and expectations of all strata of society in the BJP election manifesto," Madhav Bhandari, Chief spokesperson of Maharashtra state BJP, told reporters here today. The 'Loksamvad' exercise would be carried out all over Maharashtra state on September 20, where important BJP leaders and MPs would interact with various organisations for their development vision for the state, Bhandari said.
He further said citizens too have been invited to share their suggestions and expectations with the BJP leaders.
Representatives from all walks of life such as various organisations of farmers, teachers, doctors, sportsmen, NGOs and social service groups would discuss their vision of development through the 'Loksamvad' exercise.
The party also hopes to have the active participation of various service organisations like Rotary Club, Lions Club,
various youth groups, women's organisations, traders and businessmen's organisations and of course, every citizen who
has suggestions, to make Maharashtra a leading and prosperous state in the country, Bhandari said.
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