Union Home Minister Amit Shah during his recent visit to the pink city told the party workers that the 2023 Rajasthan Assembly polls will be contested on a three-pronged strategy PM face, Panna model and Hindutva, sources said.
Interacting with workers at state BJP headquarters in Jaipur in a closed-door meeting, he said: "Workers should concentrate on the Panna booth model and strongly promote Prime Minister Narendra Modi's welfare schemes.
Also, issues related to Hindutva need to be worked upon."Party sources told IANS that the mission 2023 blueprint seems to be set as instructions have been given to work on Panna and booth models taking cue from Gujarat model.
Before the meeting, Shah presided over the 30th meeting of Northern Zonal Council in Jaipur and discussed the growing threat of cybercrime and strategies for its prevention. The Union Home Minister stressed upon the states and Union Territories to conduct awareness campaigns on cyber-vigilance through various mediums.
In view of the profound impact of cyber crimes on national security, public order and economic activity, the Council emphasised the need to ensure the security of the nation's cyber space and the security of citizens as a whole.
Shah had advised agencies of the Central and state governments to use common software developed by the Ministry of Home Affairs, to work together to identify the issues of concern and to trace the offenders and take strict action against them.
In this context, it was decided that a committee under the chairmanship of the Union Home Secretary with all concerned departments and State governments would prepare a strategy to deal with the growing menace of cyber crime.