Delhi BJP Launches Election Campaign

The Delhi BJP on Thursday launched its ‘Ek note, Kamal par vote’ campaign in Delhi with a target to touch every household in the city under party’s Mission 272 plus.

Published: 31st January 2014 08:30 AM  |   Last Updated: 31st January 2014 08:30 AM   |  A+A-

The Delhi BJP on Thursday launched  its ‘Ek note, Kamal par vote’ campaign in Delhi with a target to touch every household in the city under party’s Mission 272 plus. The campaign was kicked off by BJP national president Rajnath Singh in the presence of hundreds of party workers at Constitution Club here.

Under this month-long campaign, the Delhi BJP will collect donation from every home for the Lok Sabha election campaign. The party workers will also ask the voters to cast a symbolic vote while collecting the money.

Addressing the party workers, Rajnath said that the writing on the wall is clear that the whole country is looking for a change for the betterment and the BJP-led NDA has emerged as the only viable alternative.

Singh said this campaign would help to strengthen the bond between people and the party.

“Workers must try and reach every home. The people of this country are tired of the  rampant corruption and inflation and  opportunistic policies of the Congress-led UPA. They are looking for a change, which only the BJP is capable of bringing about,” he said.

“We will win all the seven Lok Sabha seats with a handsome margin. That will be our humble contribution in the mission to bring a BJP-led NDA Government at the Centre which will be able led by ‘Vikaspurush’ Narendra Modi. His growing popularity cuts across castes, religions, communities and geographical boundaries,” said BJP Delhi unit president Vijay Goel.


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