The Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) is all set to propagate the BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi's agenda for the upcoming parliamentary elections.
The BJYM will organise a 10-day drive “New Politics” on Saturday in which the activists and office-bearers would hold a dialogue with a minimum of 10 common people every day on Modi's agenda.
There are 3,200 office-bearers and activists of BJYM in 71 blocks and 17 districts which mean that 32,000 common people would be approached by activists every day.
State chief of BJYM Sunil Thakur held a district-level meeting at Rajgarh on Thursday in which the activists were strictly directed to follow the instructions.
Thakur said all district presidents had been directed to launch the drive on Saturday.