After "NaMo Chai", BJP Launches "NaMo Gulal" Campaign

Published: 11th March 2014 05:01 PM  |   Last Updated: 11th March 2014 05:08 PM   |  A+A-


After "NaMo Chai", Delhi BJP has  launched "NaMo Gulal" campaign ahead of Holi festival just  before Lok Sabha polls.    

As many as 50,000 packets of Gulal (colour powder)  carrying photo of party's prime ministerial candidate Narendra  Modi, have been printed in Haridwar by the party.     

Apart from Modi's photo, BJP has got its Delhi chief Harsh Vardhan's picture printed on the "NaMo Gulal" packet.     

"To reach out to more people, we have launched 'NaMo  Gulal' ahead of Holi in the run-up to Lok Sabha polls. We have  got 50,000 packets of Gulal - saffron, green and white -  printed in Haridwar," said Ashish Sood, vice-president of  Delhi BJP and MCD councillor from Janakpuri.     

Sood, who is looking after this campaign, said while "NaMo  Chai" campaign is a grand success across the country, "NaMo  Gulal" campaign will be a boost for Modi ahead of Lok Sabha  polls in Delhi, where party workers would distribute the  packets among residents.     

BJP has also printed a quote of Modi during his Delhi  visit which says: "Let us create a brilliant rainbow of  achievements for us and for India".     

"Besides, a message of 'Desh Judega Holi Milan Se, Desh  Badhega Modi Milan Se' (Holi will unite the country, Modi will  ensure its growth) has been printed on the Gulal packets. I  have launched this campaign in west Delhi. If we get good  response, we will order printing of more packets for different  parts of Delhi," he said.     

Sood said that before getting such packets printed, he  took permission of the Election Commission.

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