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Submit report of party’s vote share in your localities: BJP high command to senior leaders
6/24/2024 10:34:52 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, June 24: After the vote share of the BJP has drastically declined in the recently concluded Lok Sabha elections, the party leadership has asked all senior leaders to submit details of polling booths of their localities.
As reported earlier despite retaining both the Lok Sabha seats of Jammu province, the biggest worry for BJP is the sharp decline in the party’s vote share from 46.2 percent to 24.36 percent which is a warning signal for the party.
Sources said that party leadership has asked all senior leaders from Mandal president of state office bearers to submit details of polling booths of their localities.
“From Mandal presidents to state office bearers all leaders have to submit details of total votes in their polling booths and number of votes the party candidates have secured from their booths”, sources said.
Sources further said that the majority of the senior leaders of the party including state office bearers, district presidents, and Mandal presidents have failed to ensure lead for party candidates in the just concluded Lok Sabha elections.
The biggest worry for BJP is the sharp decline in the party’s vote share from 46.2 % to 24.36 %.
Party leadership has asked all senior leaders to submit details of polling booths of their localities.
Many senior leaders, who are at important positions in the party, have failed to get respectable vote share at their polling booths.
Party leadership has taken very seriously note of the poor performance on urban seats of Jammu district where BJP’s vote share has declined drastically.
a dozen of senior leaders, who have acquired important positions in the party, has failed to get respectable for their party candidates on their polling booths”, sources said and added that except for posting on social media these leaders have done nothing on the ground in the Lok Sabha elections.
Sources said that party leadership has taken very seriously note of the party’s performance on urban seats of Jammu district where BJP’s vote shared has declined drastically due to the attitude of the senior leaders.
Notably, Congress candidate Raman Bhalla secured the lead in the Jammu-South and Suchetgarh assembly segments while the vote of both parties was almost the same on the newly carved Bahu Assembly seat which was earlier part of the Gandhi Nagar segment.
These developments are causing concern for the local BJP unit, which is already gearing up for the upcoming Assembly elections scheduled before September 30.
Comparing the current results to 2019, Jitendra Singh received 51.28% of the votes (down from 61.38%), while Jugal Kishore Sharma secured 53.46% (compared to 58.02% in 2019).
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