Ghar Ghar Jodo Campaign: There is not much time left in the Lok Sabha elections to be held in the year 2024. To win this general election, all the parties are engaged in preparations from their side. In this sequence, BJP wants to break the record of seats won in the year 2019. For this, the party is going to start door-to-door election campaign. Under this campaign, BJP will focus on Dalits and Scheduled Castes.
17 percent of the voters in the country come from this population and the party is keeping an eye on it. The party will run this campaign in the country from April 14 to May 5, under which BJP leaders will migrate to Dalit settlements. Actually, Ambedkar Jayanti is on 14th April and Buddha Jayanti is on 5th May. During this, the party in power at the Center will run door-to-door Jodo campaign. Through this campaign, Dalit families who are deprived of the benefits of government schemes will get the benefits of the schemes. This campaign will be concluded at Talkatora Stadium in Delhi and during this a grand program has also been organized. PM Narendra Modi can address the Dalit community in this program.
How many Dalits voted for BJP in the year 2019
There are 131 reserved seats in the Lok Sabha in the country. In which 84 are for Scheduled Castes and 47 for Scheduled Tribes. At one time, all these Dalit-dominated seats were occupied by the Congress, sometimes by the Bahujan Samaj Party or other parties, but in 2019 such a storm broke out in the name of Narendra Modi that, breaking the record of 2014, the BJP won 77 reserved seats. Occupied. That too when the opposition accused the BJP of being an anti-Dalit party.
According to the Center for the Study of Developing Societies ie CSDS, in the year 2014, the Congress had to be content with 18.5 per cent votes. At the same time, the Bahujan Samaj Party, which describes itself as the largest party of Dalits, got 13.9 percent. At the same time, BJP got about 24 percent of the total votes.
On the other hand, if we talk about the survey of CSDS Lokniti, then Narendra Modi Under the leadership of BJP has gained in the voting percentage of backward castes. Which has reached from 24 percent to 42 percent. Apart from this, between 2014 and 2019, the BJP got Dalit votes from 24 percent to 34 percent.
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