In UP, BJP asks cadre to develop ‘Blood relation’ with masses

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has asked its cadre to donate blood for the needy people.

lucknow Updated: Jul 08, 2017 15:47 IST
Haider  Naqvi
Haider Naqvi
Hindustan Times, Kanpur
Narendra Modi government,Bharatiya Janata Party,Blood donation camps
A unique and noble way to connect with masses.

In a unique and noble way to connect with masses, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has asked its cadre to donate blood for the needy people.

“The act will help you develop blood relation with people and would ensure their support to the party in the next general election in 2019,” party’s state general secretary Sunil Bansal is learnt to have told the party workers.

Addressing a series of meetings in Kanpur-Bundelkhand region, Bansal have exhorted workers to do anything and everything that would connect people with the party.

Underlining the importance of blood donation camps for the party, he advised that such camps should be organised on August 14, a day before the Independence Day.

“Camps should be held statewide and at least 100 party workers should enlist themselves as donors in each district,” he said.

“The donated blood will save the life of several patients and this noble gesture will bring the patients and their family members close to the party,” he said at the meeting.

The workers have also been asked to begin their registration so that the pre-donation blood tests could be carried out to determine the eligibility of donors.

This process has to complete by August 8, so that only approved donors could be allowed to participate in blood donation camps.

The party is also planning to organise general knowledge based competition in over 200 schools in each district for a better connect with youths and their parents.

“Efforts should be made to ensure the participation of about 100 students from every school,” the workers have been told.

In addition, the party will run ‘save the environment’ campaign from July 15 to July 25. Under it, saplings would be planted.

Bansal also stressed on the need to inform people about the achievements of the Narendra Modi government.

First Published: Jul 08, 2017 15:47 IST