After the AAP has vowed to win the Delhi elections, the BJP has started fierce campaigns, this time in a full swing.

Amit shah brings back 120 BJP MPs to support Kiran Bedi

Amit shah brings back 120 BJP MPs to support Kiran Bedi

A significant meeting was called for by the BJP to decide on the strategies for the campaign at the headquarters of the party in New Delhi which was chaired by BJP chief Amit Shah and several top party leaders. The campaign is under the control of the chief and he has brought nearly 120 MPs and several hundred party workers from nearly 13 states to Delhi for the election campaigns as this is the peak time for campaigns.
The party has planned to conduct about 250 rallies in the city in the coming days and Prime Minister Narendra Modi will personally be present and address the gathering in four locations. Bangalore South MP and senior party leader Ananth Kumar said in a statement after the strategy meeting at the headquarters, “We will do micro-management of the elections. We will be fighting for two-third majority”. He also assured that the party will assess the progress of the campaign on a daily basis.
While it is common to release an election manifesto, the party has decided not to release any this time, rather release a vision document. The documents will be released by Modi and BJP’s chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi in a few days, commented Ananth Kumar.
Having started the campaign with strong determination, the party has decided to ask AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal, five questions. BJP’s Delhi unit chief Satish Upadhyay said, “The BJP will ask Arvind Kejriwal five questions every day till February 6.” However, Kejriwal has been calling for a public debate with Kiran Bedi. On the other hand, Party Chief Amit Shah has said to have pulled up party leaders who are running the campaign in Delhi and scolded them for being less passionate in the campaign works.