Bharatiya Janata Party is preparing to launch Sadbhavna Yatra across the country to reach out to minority communities ahead of the Lok Sabha elections. The aim of the pilgrimage is to connect with the 543 Muslim-dominated Lok Sabha constituencies of India. This pilgrimage will pass through 65 Lok Sabha constituencies across the country and will begin in the second week of December and end in February.

Aani, New Delhi. BJP is preparing to launch a nationwide ‘Sadbhavana Yatra’ to reach out to minority communities before the Lok Sabha elections. The aim of the pilgrimage is to connect with the 543 Muslim-dominated Lok Sabha constituencies of India.

Jamal Siddiqui, national president of the Bharatiya Janata Party’s Minority Morcha, said the Sadbhavna Pilgrimage is aimed at educating the Muslim, Sikh, Jain and Parsi communities about the Modi government’s efforts in the region and the Centre’s welfare programmes.

65 Focus on ethnic minority areas

BJP’s Sadbhavna Yatra will pass through all 543 Lok Sabha constituencies in the country, but will focus on 65 minority dominated areas. For this purpose the Morcha divided the entire country into six groups and created a complete team of coordinators and co-coordinators for this purpose.

Increase in participation of minority communities

Jamal Siddiqui said that under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, minority communities have become partners in the development of the country and have benefited from the abolition of Article 370 and Article 35A in Kashmir, abolition of practices like triple talaq etc. and initiatives like women empowerment have already been taken. Are.

Through this pilgrimage, the Minority Party Morcha aims to bridge the gap between the Muslim community and the BJP and work towards greater participation of the Muslim community in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.

The journey will run from December to February

Morcha media coordinator Yasir Jilani said the pilgrimage, which will pass through 65 Lok Sabha constituencies across the country, will begin in the second week of December and end in February. The Morcha has set up committees at the national and state levels to plan and execute this pilgrimage.