Shah pep talk for Delhi unit on poll strategy

To win over residents, the BJP has planned 2,700 jansabhas at all polling stations. These jansabhas will begin from December 1.

Written by Pragya Kaushika | New Delhi | Published: November 15, 2014 1:43 am
Shah is likely to address 100 Delhi leaders to discuss strategies chalked out by the Delhi team for a sweeping victory in the capital. Shah is likely to address 100 Delhi leaders to discuss strategies chalked out by the Delhi team for a sweeping victory in the capital.

A nervous party leadership in Delhi BJP is preparing to impress their party’s master strategist on November 18 when national president Amit Shah is likely to discuss the poll strategy with the Delhi leaders.

Shah is likely to address 100 Delhi leaders to discuss strategies chalked out by the Delhi team for a sweeping victory in the capital.

To win over residents, the BJP  has planned 2,700 jansabhas at all polling stations. These jansabhas will begin from December 1.

It has been made mandatory for MPs and Union ministers to be present at these jansabhas every day. The schedule of MPs will be chalked out with the help of the party’s national unit.

It is understood that Shah has asked leaders to plan as many public contact programmes as possible ahead of polls. From November 20-30, the unit will chalk out points for the jansabhas.

Delhi unit chief Satish Upadhyay is also taking lessons from his predecessor and is trying to accommodate as many leaders as possible to ensure party’s victory.

“His leadership will be tested in the polls… To make it easy for him, Shah has taken charge of the poll strategy,” a senior leader said.

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  1. ankit mrankitanks
    Nov 16, 2014 at 1:33 am
    Wow, make all MPs across the country compulsarily visit delhi? Nice poll idea, but lacking in principles. Even requesting them to volunteer for visiting would be fine. But compulsary?
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      Crick
      Nov 16, 2014 at 4:24 am
      When you first see Amit Shah, he looks like a laid back person. But if you listen to him and his approach to things, you will realize he is a master of what he does. The excellent part is that there are elections scheduled till Feb 2015. So there is ample action for him as the party chief. His respect among the rank of BJP will increase manifold till then.
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      1. Sarvopagunavarjita Raghav
        Nov 15, 2014 at 3:16 am
        This is AAP effect :-) makes the fight tougher, makes elections worth following and makes politicians work harder. No game plan can subsue hard work. I am with AAP this time but really happy to see all parties becoming serious about the wellfare of people at grroot level. Let the games begin, may the best man win.
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          concerned
          Nov 15, 2014 at 9:41 pm
          Delhi will be a trophy victory for Amit Shah and BJP, if they can pull it through better than last time.
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          1. kris kumar
            Nov 15, 2014 at 4:47 pm
            Shah is back in the news and this will make AAP Keji wet his pants. Congress is finished and Shah will make sure the arrogant and abusive Keji party AAP is completely demolished too. Delhi voters want good governance and stability and not anarchist party AAP who raids innocent people in the middle of night. His drama of dharna if his own government does not listen. Keji 49 days tamasha and leaving Delhi CM post to become PM fired back on him. Delhi voters are going to kick Keji so hard this time that he will leave politics and start cleaning roads with his broom to keep Modi dream of clean Bharat going. AAP and Keji are big liars and master of deception.
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