BJP Gears up for Grand Celebration

Published: 16th May 2014 07:37 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2014 07:37 AM   |  A+A-

NEW DELHI: The BJP has planned a big celebration for its ‘predicted’ return to power after 10 years. The celebrations would also see a ‘victory march’ to establish BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s entry into the national capital. On Saturday, Modi’s roadshow would start from the IGI airport to the party headquarters some 20 kms away. 

“There is so much enthusiasm among the workers that they have already started celebrations without caring about the results on Friday. This will continue till the arrival of Modi in Delhi day after tomorrow (Saturday),” BJP Delhi unit head Harshvardhan said.

The preparation to make 2.5 tonnes of laddoos is on. Huge quantity of flowers and firecrackers are also being purchased.BJP general secretary (organisation) Ram Lal and Harshvardhan said there will be a grand celebration.

The party also plans to take out processions of the winning candidates in their respective constituencies. They will thank the voters, distribute sweets and head to the BJP headquarters at Pant Marg and later visit the central office where they will be greeted by senior leaders and workers.

The party has installed two giant LED screens at both offices for live streaming of the counting and the celebrations that would follow. Similarly, the traffic arrangements have been made considering large congregation of people near party offices.


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