The BJP national president JP Nadda has directed party leaders to take the work done by the Narendra Modi-led regime to the people ahead of the NDA government's eighth anniversary at the Centre. On May 26, 2014, Narendra Modi was sworn in as the country's Prime Minister.
The BJP president has addressed a message to party workers, including state chiefs, asking them to reach out to the public and inform them about the government's efforts to improve people's lives, particularly the poor and impoverished.
As part of the "8 years: Service, Good Governance, and Poor Welfare" programme, the party plans to launch an outreach campaign on May 30 that will end on June 15. BJP activists have been urged to schedule 75 hours of public interaction throughout the 15-day campaign.
The leaders have also been instructed to publicise the Centre's different assistance initiatives on social media platforms and in movie theatres.
An interaction programme with beneficiaries of various programmes, including Scheduled Castes (SCs), Scheduled Tribes (STs), and women, would be launched under the 'Report to Nation' campaign, which Nadda will initiate.
Between June 7 and 13, the BJP's youth wing will hold a 'Vikas Teerth' bike rally in various districts across the country, in which the Ministers will also take part.
The party also intends to release an anthem, a website, and a pocket notebook recording the government's accomplishments in several disciplines so far.