The RSS cadre, which had completed three rounds of door-to-door campaigning for the BJP candidates in the capital, went all out to ensure maximum voting on Thursday.
The Keshav Kunj-RSS headquarters at Jhandewalan played host to its cadre who had been campaigning for BJP candidates in other states and had returned to the capital to vote.
“There are so many RSS cadre who had gone out to work in other states. Today, they returned to Delhi to vote after which they will again go back to the constituencies assigned to them. We have worked hard to ensure maximum voter turnout in Delhi,” a senior RSS leader said.
The 40 residents of the RSS headquarters voted early Thursday and then resumed their discussions on what the fate of BJP will be.
“Along with BJP workers, the RSS cadre are also cross-checking voters’ list every half and an hour to ensure that everybody votes,” an RSS worker said.
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Senior RSS leaders were also seen making rounds of various polling stations, collecting feedback.
“We need feedback for every election. There will be a detailed analysis at the headquarters late Thursday. There is no scope of error this time. During the last Assembly elections, we had left campaigning to BJP workers. Despite a favourable wave, we could not win a majority in the Delhi Assembly elections,” the RSS pointsman in Delhi said.