BJP woos voters using varied ways

Newly appointed Delhi BJP unit chief Manoj Tiwari is working overtime to make sure that core voters of the party do not change.

Published: 17th December 2016 11:43 PM  |   Last Updated: 18th December 2016 10:34 AM   |  A+A-

Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari

NEW DELHI: With queues not thinning at the bank cash counters across the capital, the newly appointed Delhi BJP unit chief Manoj Tiwari is working overtime to make sure that core voters of the party do not change their stand towards the party.

Tiwari is planning to revamp his team for the civic body polls. He is also taking measures to connect with people, especially small traders. During a metro ride from Fatehpur Beri to Patel Chowk metro station on Saturday, he spoke to people about mobile banking.

“My motive is to reach out to each and every person in Delhi and get their views and note down the problems they have been facing since implementation of the scheme. This is also a way to thank citizens, who were not affected by the instigative messages of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal,” Tiwari said.

Starting next week, the BJP will meet meat traders, tailors, barbers and mechanics to sensitise them about plastic money and its advantages. A thanksgiving campaign will be started next year.

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