Mission 2024: BJP’s Kamal Mitra program will start from today, National President JP Nadda will inaugurate


Mission 2024: After the humiliating defeat in the Karnataka elections, the BJP is now focusing on the Lok Sabha elections. The Bharatiya Janata Party has already started its preparation. In this episode, the party is starting Kamal Mitra. In fact, in view of the 2024 elections, BJP is preparing to give Kamal Mitra training to 200 women in every parliamentary constituency. National President JP Nadda is going to inaugurate this program organized by BJP today. JP Nadda will inaugurate the Kamal Mitra program in Delhi.

Training of Government Schemes: It is being told by the BJP that women will be given training on the government schemes implemented by the Modi government under the Kamal Mitra programme. It is worth noting that information about 15 other major schemes including Ujjwala Yojana, Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, Matrutva Vandana Yojana of the Government of India will be given. Apart from Hindi-English, training programs have been prepared in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Bengali, Assamese, Gujarati and Marathi languages ​​to give information about the schemes.

Aim to prepare Kamal Mitra sisters: Let me tell you, after the defeat in the Karnataka elections, BJP has started preparing for the Lok Sabha elections 2024 with full vigor. In this episode, Kamal Mitra is being started from today. The aim of this program is to train 200 Mahila Morcha office bearers and women workers in each Lok Sabha constituency, who will further prepare one lakh Kamal Mitra sisters.

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After the launch of the program by BJP National President JP Nadda in Delhi today, by the end of this year, BJP will train the workers by conducting training programs across the country. Training will be online. BJP Mahila Morcha has included eminent women of the society including doctors, professors, engineers, lawyers, IT professionals and research scholars for the programme.


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