‘Namo’ Tea Stalls Initiative in Himachal Pradesh- What Does it Aim

News'Namo' Tea Stalls Initiative in Himachal Pradesh- What Does it Aim

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The adolescents wing of BJP, Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha, has set up the “ namo” tea stalls in five constituency assemblies in districts to create awareness about welfare and development schemes of the Union government, according to a spokesperson. Ahead of the Lok Sabha elections 2024, the Namo tea stall named after PM Modi, the architect of present India, was set up this tea stall at Gandhi Chowk in Hamipur, the main market in Bhoranj, Indrapal Chowk in Nadaun, Sujanpur Bazaar, and Badsar Bazaar on Tuesday. 

Aim of ‘Namo’ Tea Stalls

In an assertion here, BJYM stated that ‘NaMo’ tea stores named after the ‘Maker of today’s India’ Prime Minister Narendra Modi may open earlier than the Lok Sabha elections at Hamirpur’s Gandhi Chowk, Nadaun’s Inderpal Chowk, the principal market. Bhoranj, Terriblesar Bazaar is established in the Sujanpur market. A spokesman for the district unit of BJYM stated the purpose was to “talk” over the tea about development schemes and projects for the welfare of the weaker sections.

Idea of Gup shup aur chai 

The idea is to have “gup-shup aur chai” (tea and dialogue) over the improvement schemes and projects launched for the welfare of the weaker sections, a district BJYM spokesperson stated. The ‘Namo’ tea stalls play the main role in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, any other BJYM district officer said, adding that the BJP’s adolescents wing will organize numerous activities in those stalls.

In the run-up to the 2014 standard elections, the BJP had launched the “Chai pe Charcha”  outreach program, wherein senior party leaders, together with then-high ministerial candidate Modi, held conferences over tea with people at loads of places concurrently across the country in a bid to boom its vote percentage.

 ‘Chat-soup’ with tea for improvement plans

BJYM set up the ‘NaMo’ tea stores, named after the “author of present India” PM Narendra Modi, which can be opened before the Lok Sabha elections at Gandhi Chowk in Hamirpur, Inderpal Chowk in Nadaun, Main Bazaar Bhoranj, Terriblesar Bazaar and Sujanpur marketplace. A spokesman for the district unit of BJYM said the intention was to ‘discuss’ over tea about improvement schemes and tasks released for the welfare of weaker sections. 

Another member of the BJYM district unit stated that ‘NaMo’ tea shops will play a major role in the Lok Sabha elections of 2024. He stated that the adolescent wing of the BJP will organize many activities in those shops.

Role of ‘Namo’ Tea Stalls in Lok Sabha Elections 

 ‘NaMo’ tea stores will play a large position in 2024 Lok Sabha elections. He stated the youngsters wing of BJP would arrange many activities in those shops. The BJP released the ‘Chai Pe Charcha’ application to reach out to voters before the 2014 trendy elections, in which senior party leaders, which include then prime ministerial candidate Modi, drank tea with humans simultaneously in masses of places across the US. They have been held in order that the party’s percentage of votes may want to increase.

Conclusion 

Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM), the youth wing of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), released the ‘Namo’ tea stall in all five constituencies in Hamirpur district to create improvement and social schemes of the crucial government.

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