WATCH | TN BJP VP says Sengol, Tamil Sangamam could help BJP bridge the gap down south

TN BJP vice president reveals strategies to strengthen presence in southern region

| Updated: 24 July, 2023 10:27 am IST

In this exclusive interview with The New Indian, Prof P Kanagasabapathi, Vice President of TN BJP, discusses the party’s strategies to bridge the gap and strengthen its presence in the southern region, especially following its reverse in Karnataka.

Prof Kanagasabapathi highlights how people in Tamil Nadu are now questioning corruption in DMK and its anti-India narrative, attributing this positive change to PM Narendra Modi’s efforts to connect with the people of the state. He sheds light on the significance of Sengol in India’s new parliament and Tamil Sangamam in helping BJP bridge the gap and gain traction in Tamil Nadu.

With a confident outlook, he discusses NDA’s chances in the upcoming 2024 Lok Sabha elections. The Vice President expresses his optimism about TN BJP’s statewide padyatra and believes it could be a gamechanger for the party. He also elaborates on the unique approach of carrying a complaint box during the padyatra to address people’s concerns and build a stronger connect.

Discover how the padyatra differs from Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra as Prof Kanagasabapathi shares insights on how they plan to make a meaningful impact on the ground. Watch the interview to gain a comprehensive understanding of TN BJP’s vision and strategies to transform the political landscape down south. Don’t miss this exclusive conversation with the dynamic Vice President!

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