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BJP’s Janjati Morcha Forges Ahead to Strengthen Organization in ADCs for Upcoming Lok Sabha Polls

BJP’s Janjati Morcha on a Move to Strengthen Organization in ADCs ahead of LS Poll The tribal wing of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is gearing up for the upcoming Lok Sabha polls in 2024 by strengthening its organization in the Autonomous Districts Councils (ADCs) of Assam.

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The Janjati Morcha, the BJP’s tribal wing, is holding a series of meetings and workshops across the state to train its workers and cadres. The Morcha is also focusing on reaching out to the tribal communities in the ADCs and addressing their concerns.

The BJP’s focus on the ADCs is significant as these areas have a large tribal population. In the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, the BJP won all the seats in the ADCs.

The Janjati Morcha is confident that the BJP will repeat its performance in the 2024 polls. The Morcha believes that the BJP’s focus on development and welfare of the tribal communities will be a major factor in the party’s victory.

The BJP’s move to strengthen its organization in the ADCs is a clear indication that the party is taking the upcoming Lok Sabha polls very seriously. The party is leaving no stone unturned to ensure its victory in the tribal areas of Assam.

Tags: BJP, Janjati Morcha, ADCs, Lok Sabha polls, Assam, tribal communities, development, welfare

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The Autonomous Districts Councils (ADCs) are six administrative districts in Assam that have been granted a degree of autonomy under the Sixth Schedule of the Constitution of India. The ADCs are predominantly inhabited by tribal communities.

The BJP’s focus on the ADCs is part of the party’s broader strategy to consolidate its support among the tribal communities in Assam. The party believes that the tribal communities are a key vote bank in the state.

The BJP’s efforts to strengthen its organization in the ADCs are likely to intensify in the coming months as the 2024 Lok Sabha polls draw closer.

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