The Maharashtra unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday mentioned its staff will begin a door-to-door marketing campaign to gather donations for the development of the Ram temple in Ayodhya.
Addressing reporters after the get together’s core committee assembly, State BJP president Chandrakant Patil mentioned, “BJP workers will actively participate in the donation drive organised by the temple trust. They will go door-to-door to collect donations for the construction of the Ram temple.”
Mr. Patil mentioned the temple belief gave a name to gather donations as residents need to be part of the development. “Our workers will collect ₹10 from each household, which will help build the temple. We chalked out a booth-level strategy for the drive at today’s meeting,” he mentioned.
‘Malpractice in polls’
The BJP has additionally determined to ship 28 leaders throughout the State to assessment the continued grampanchayat polls and be certain that the employees obtain the get together’s help. The get together additionally claimed that it suspected malpractice within the Council polls, which have been held final month. The BJP had misplaced its bastion, Nagpur graduate constituency, to the Congress and confronted defeat in 5 of the six seats that went to the polls.
“The voting percentage increased in the last hour, the names of non-graduates were found in the voters’ list, and a number of blank ballot papers were found. We will be writing to the Election Commission and filing a petition in the Bombay High Court,” Mr. Patil mentioned.