Jaipur: Buoyed by the response in the state and the widespread unrest in the Congress over ticket distribution, the BJP is adopting an aggressive stance in Rajasthan and is trying to reach out to the youths ahead of the Assembly elections on December 7.

In this direction, the party president Amit Shah will hold a dialogue with the youth of Rajasthan on November 21 for two hours where over two lakh youth from the state are likely to participate.

The main event will be held at Tagore School Jaipur’s auditorium where Shah will be present and nearly 4,000 youth will participate, Union minister of state for Information and Broadcasting, Rajyavardhan Rathore said here on Sunday.

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At a press conference, Rathore said that the event will be live streamed and Shah will take questions from the youth in the Tagore School auditorium and also from those present at six other locations in Bharatpur, Udaipur, Kota, Jodhpur, Ajmer and Bikaner.

Apart from these places, there will be 200 other locations across the state where town hall meetings will be held and youths will be present.

Questions from the youths who will be in attendance at these 200 locations will already be registered and they will not be able to ask any other question during the programme.

“India is emerging as a strong nation due to the vision and energy of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the youths understand this. Social media has brought awareness among the people on issues, be it political or any other. The BJP has always has held dialogues with youths and therefore the party is going to communicate with the state’s youths on November 21,” Rathore said.

Rathore also said that questions can be asked through social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook.