PM Modi during roadshow in Kochi | ANI
Thiruvananthapuram: The BJP in Kerala is planning a series of events featuring Prime Minister Narendra Modi in an effort to attract more people to the party.
According to the state BJP leadership, Modi's recent visit to Kerala provided a significant political boost to the saffron party.
According to reports, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed satisfaction with the events that were held in Kerala during his recent visit, including the launch of the Vande Bharat Express, the Yuvam Conference, and a roadshow in Kochi. The state leaders have reportedly approached the central leadership to organize more events in Kerala. There are also reports indicating that the BJP is planning a massive roadshow in Thrissur.
In the previous assembly elections, Thrissur emerged as a key focus for the BJP in Kerala. With the general elections coming up in 2024, the party is expected to pull out all the stops to secure a seat in the state. The recent talks with church leaders clearly indicate that BJP had softened its pro-Hindu stand to accommodate Christian communities and secure their vote bank.
Following BJP's victory in Tripura, Modi has announced that the saffron party would become a significant player in Kerala politics. The recent move from the BJP to bring Modi to the state in the midst of an election battle in Karnataka indicates how much the saffron party desires to open an account in Kerala.