BJP might have cancelled the rallies of its various cells but, it has found new way to reach the potential voters by holding the seminar of its different wings. Two separate seminars were organised by the party’s medical and legal wings on Thursday.
Through these seminars party tried to influence medical and legal professionals, both of which are considered to be annoyed with the Congress government which is evident from the recent protest by lawyers and frequent strikes by doctors and medical staff. Both categories comprise of higher middle class people who are the core strength of BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi.
“Both the medical and legal professionals are annoyed with Congress as none of their demands has been accepted despite their state-wide agitations. Besides they are the component of upper middle class society which is the core strength of Narendra Modi. So why should party not target them,” said a senior BJP leader.
In the seminar organised by the Legal Cell, Vasundhara Raje said that on one hand government is distributing spurious medicines under the free medicines scheme, on the other hand untrained staff is being hired as all the appointments are struck under legal modalities. She presented individual case studies of the initiative taken in other countries and asked that why such step cannot be taken in the state. She also pointed out her various achievements like introducing 108 ambulance services and foreign collaboration with prominent hospitals and blamed that everything is in dire straights today. She said that even CM has admitted that Jodhpur is one of the places where racket of spurious medicine is operating.
In the programme of Legal Cell at Vidhya Asharam School, Raje said that the community has the power of words. They know how to use minimum words which can create maximum impact. She urged the lawyer to use these words in public. Several lawyers tried to project their candidature for party tickets to which she said that tickets will be given strictly on the basis of survey and feedback.