Large sacks filled with circular steel containers that are stacked up at the Delhi BJP office will soon be put to use with party unit chief Harsh Vardhan giving party workers strict instructions to work hard at promoting the ‘Ek Note – Kamal Par Vote’ campaign. The BJP is working towards transforming the “Modi wave” into a “storm” in Delhi, said a statement.

Door-to-door campaign

Earlier this year, the BJP launched the door-to-door campaign which will see party workers holding containers with a picture of their prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi and asking the city’s residents to pitch in contributions ahead of the Lok Sabha elections.

Dr. Vardhan, who has held several meetings with the organisational heads, office-bearers and party workers ever since he took over as the Delhi unit president, has seemingly directed every person to use their time effectively to expand the organisation and keep up the contact with voters till poll date. Every office-bearer will also be expected to present a concrete plan before him on how they intend to contact voters, take them to the polling booth and ensure that they vote in favour of the BJP.

One worker, 100 houses campaign

Addressing party workers and office-bearers, Dr. Vardhan said that this time the country’s fate is connected with the results of the Lok Sabha polls and the fight is between “nationalist Narendra Modi and separatist forces”. He also said that 12,834 office-bearers of 279 mandals of the BJP have started ‘Ek Karyakarta – Soh Ghar Sampark’ (one worker, 100 houses) campaign.


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