The BJP plans to reach out to over one million voters ahead of the civic body elections in Delhi.
Elections to the Delhi Civic Body: The campaign would reach out to more than one crore people in Delhi, according to Delhi BJP president Adesh Gupta.
New Delhi, India – The BJP will launch a massive voter outreach drive in the national capital’s 250 municipal wards on Sunday, with a string of Union ministers and chief ministers going door to door seeking support for the party’s candidates.
Union ministers including Rajnath Singh and Hardeep Singh Puri, as well as the chief ministers of BJP-ruled Assam, Uttarakhand, Haryana, and Himachal Pradesh, took part in roadshows in 14 areas of Delhi last Sunday, led by party chief J P Nadda.
The drive, which will begin on Sunday, aims to reach out to people with the help of more than one lakh party leaders and workers accompanying Union ministers and chief ministers, according to Delhi BJP chief Adesh Gupta.
Through the campaign, the party would reach out to over one crore voters in Delhi “He continued. Through the scheme, the party hopes to directly reach out to over one crore voters. “The party has worked tirelessly to improve Delhi.”We have eliminated all rubbish dumps from Delhi highways, and we have also reduced the height of the Garbage Mountains,” claimed Adesh Gupta, President of the Delhi BJP.
On December 4, approximately 1.4 crore voters will cast ballots for the Municipal Corporation of Delhi’s (MCD) 250 wards.
Mr. Gupta stated that the public outreach effort will begin at 8 a.m. and end at 10 p.m. on Sunday. He stated that the party leaders will visit every family in their allocated wards.
“The campaign is well-organized, and all of the candidates are receiving a lot of support from the general population.” “The party is now focusing on corner meetings and direct public interaction,” Mr Gupta explained.
We will present our accomplishments to the voters. “Our one lakh workers will go door-to-door to spread awareness about our accomplishments,” the Delhi BJP chief added.
The mega outreach programme will be supported by the party’s star campaigners, who include ten union ministers and many state chief ministers.
During the Sunday campaign, party leaders and members of the public will listen to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s monthly radio broadcast.