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Dictation Text – Sensing its best chance to come to power in Haryana on its own strength, the Bharatiya Janata Party has put its might behind its assembly election campaign with party president Amit Shah addressing two rallies in the state in three days and union ministers visiting constituencies to ramp up support. Amit Shah’s rallies in the state have seen several leaders from other parties joining the BJP. Party sources said Prime Minister Narendra Modi would address a rally at Kaithal on August 19. The sources said that the party was working at three levels as part of preparations for assembly polls – strengthening organisational base, reaching out to people, and bringing synergy in election effort through various committees.
They said that union ministers have begun spending a day in a constituency and are holding meetings with the party rank and file to boost their morale as also to bolster the party’s booth management. A party leader said that union ministers have been asked to visit two-three assembly constituencies each in the state.
“Such meetings boost the morale of the workers as they can pose their problems to the ministers. It also adds to their esteem,” a party leader said. The union ministers who have already visited the state include Rao Inderjit Singh, Krishan Pal Gujjar, Kalraj Mishra and Radha Mohan Singh. As part of its campaign to reach out to people, the BJP has planned four yatras (marches) from different parts of the state. The party has also set up committees for coordination of tasks such as publicity and manifesto. Jagdish Mukhi, who is in charge of the party’s affairs in Haryana, said that atmosphere in the state was in favour of the BJP.
“BJP will definitely form the government in Haryana,” Mukhi told IANS. He also said that the BJP was getting support from all sections. The BJP won seven of the eight seats it contested in the state in the Lok Sabha polls and has been optimistic about its chances in the state assembly polls it has never won on its own.