‘MYY’ factor paved way for victory in assembly polls: BJP

The BJP on Friday credited its victory in the latest assembly poll to a combination of the “MYY” factor, for mahila (women), youth and yojana (welfare schemes).

The BJP had recently scored victories in the polls of Uttarakhand, Goa and Manipur as well as Uttar Pradesh.

Some view the BJP’s “MYY factor” cash as an antidote to the so-called “MY Factor”, which has been linked to regional rivals such as the RJD in Bihar and the Samajwadi party in UP for their broad support among Muslims and Yadavs.

In UP, its main competitor was the Samajwadi party which is said to be based on a mixture of Muslim and Yadav votes, hence “MY”.

At the meeting of National Office holders in Jaipur on Friday, the party said 46 per cent of women in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand voted for the party, excluding traditional voters, due to schemes such as Pradhan Mantri Ujwala Yojana, Ayushman Bharat, Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, Swach Bharat Abhiyan, Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana, Chief Minister Kisan Saman Nidhi, Pradhan Mantri Sahaj Baigli Har Ghar Yojana – Saubhagia, Jeevan Mission, Pradhan Mantri Vasal Pema Yojana, etc.

Meanwhile, BJP’s national general secretary Vinod Taud told reporters that the party would celebrate eight years of the Modi government under the slogan “Sawa, Suchasan Aur Grape Kalyan”.

“All union ministers will be visiting villages across the country to interact with the beneficiaries (from the welfare programmes) and stay there overnight,” Taud said, adding that the exercise aims to take people’s views. Praising Prime Minister Modi’s leadership for the party’s victory in the assembly elections, Taud said people voted for the BJP above all considerations, including caste.

In a statement, the party said that when Modi took office in 2014, it “faced enormous challenges from day one itself. The electoral mandate in 2014 came against a backdrop of severe policy paralysis, corruption, nepotism and blatant ruling family policies by the UPA government. Due to mismanagement of UPA, the people of India have lost their faith in democracy and the capacities of governments to fulfill it.Shri Narendra Modi’s massive mandate has reignited people’s faith in our democratic fabric.It has also sowed seeds of hope among Indians that decisive, inclusive and compassionate leadership that meets people’s aspirations is possible “.

She said, “History will remember Prime Minister Modi as an example of kindness and compassion. This is because a large number of Indians are getting quality and affordable healthcare thanks to Ayushman Bharat PM-JAY. The PM-BJP (Pradhan Mantri Bhartiya Janaushadhi Pariyojana) program included affordable medicines, This has resulted in huge savings for the poor, middle class and the new middle class. The falling prices of braces and knee implants have given countless Indians a new lease on life.”

Regional imbalance has been anathema to our country’s growth trajectory for decades. Prime Minister Modi has dedicated his term to ending it. For the first time ever, the concept of aspirational areas was introduced allowing detailed attention to areas remaining on the margins of development. Now, under the guidance of Prime Minister Modi, the nation is looking at ambitious blocs. The Northeast, once known for violence and siege, is now known as a record-breaking development. The number of visits by the Prime Minister himself and ministers to the region is at an all-time high.

She credited Prime Minister Modi’s “India First” foreign policy with achieving exceptional results. This has increased investment and strengthened relationships between people. It has redefined dealing with expatriates and made them integral pillars of India’s external relations,” the party said.

The party also expressed its concern about the crime situation in Rajasthan.

The BJP’s spokesperson and MP Rajivardhan Rathore, who shared details of the party’s decision on Rajasthan, said the state had become a “crime hub in the country”. “On the one hand, Rajasthan is at the top of crime against women, and on the other hand, it ranks lowest in the implementation of social welfare programmes,” Rathore said.

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