BJP Panel for Delhi Elections Begins Biz

Published: 01st January 2015 12:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st January 2015 03:21 AM   |  A+A-

NEW DELHI: A day after BJP chief  Amit Shah constituted a 20-member core committee for the upcoming Delhi Assembly polls, the political scenario here has hotted up with the committee members starting to make policies and working together to garner the support of the people.

And Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to hold Abhinandan rally in the national capital on January 10, which will be attended by three new BJP CMs-- Devendra Fadnavis of Maharashtra , Manohar Lal Khattar of Haryana and Raghuvir Das of Jharkhand.  Besides Shah, Delhi BJP chief Satish Upadhyay, Delhi incharge Prabhat jha and all the seven MP s from Delhi will be in attendance.

The BJP MPs from Delhi-- Vijay Goel,  Manoj Tiwari and Ramesh Bidhuri-- will address the issues related to JJ clusters here, which is considered an AAP stronghold; Poorvanchal affairs and rural and outer Delhi respectively. MP Mahesh Giri has been given the responsibility of religious and social welfare- related issues; Pravesh Verma, who will  take the BJP membership drive to  the malls and cafes and come up with a youth manifesto for the party , which is modelled on the lines of the AAP Delhi Dialogue initiative. Sumit Bhasin will be the convener of social media cell of the party.

Meenakshi Lekhi is standing up for women and government servants-related issues and has plans to start a workshop regarding self-defence in DU women colleges.  Harshvardhan will devote his energies to drafting the manifesto  and Udit Raj, who is the Dalit face of the party in Delhi, is going to look into SC/ST affairs. Others roped in to  contribute their might to the BJP campaign include Jagdish Mukhi,  Vijender Gupta,  Sardar R.P  Singh, Anil Jain, Shyam Lal Garg, Mahesh Chand Sharma etc.


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