Chhattisgarh polls: Congress' upbeat campaign, song trends on Twitter

Congress Party in Chhattisgarh has launched its 'victory song' and 'victory campaign' called 'Jeet Bo Chhattisgarh.'

Published: 07th November 2018 12:35 PM  |   Last Updated: 07th November 2018 12:35 PM   |  A+A-

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By UNI

NEW DELHI: Bringing in a new twist to its election campaigning strategy, Congress Party in Chhattisgarh has launched its 'victory song' and 'victory campaign' called 'Jeet Bo Chhattisgarh.'

The peppy number, launched earlier this week, is reflective of the party's resurgent attitude pertaining to the upcoming elections.CCH

Party sources said that the response to the victory campaign and song suggest that Congress could well turntables of power in the state.

The sources said that the victory song and campaign of the Congress is trending on top on social media platforms like Twitter.

They said that Congress' victory song and campaign have managed to give the Party a solid headstart, with the battle of digital popularity tilting in the favour of the Congress.

Party sources say that the Congress managed to upstage BJP Chief Amit Shah's visit to Chhattisgarh with its campaign taking the social media spotlight, even though BJP tried to squeeze in it's own exercise with the hashtag #BJPWinningCG.

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