New Delhi: In order to reap electoral gains in the upcoming Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, the labour wing of the Bharatiya Janata Party is all set to woo the labourers working in the unorganized sectors.

Given the political significance of the labourers in the unorganized sectors, the Bharatiya Janata Mazdoor Mahasangh (BJMM) will bring them under a common platform.

BJMM’s campaign aims at making the labourers aware of their rights as well, in a bid to widen the party’s vote bank in the upcoming Assembly polls. 

Former Union Minister and BJMM president Prahlad Patel has already constituted BJMM units in 18 states including Uttar Pradesh. In the face of Assembly elections in UP, BJMM has shifted its spotlight on Uttar Pradesh.

After completion of the campaign across the state, Patel has decided to conduct classes for imparting lessons to the labourers about the BJP. The classes are said to be held at Kanpur, Chitrakoot, Ghulabagh, Rae Bareli and Aligarh.

JPN/Bureau