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BJP starts ‘one note,one vote’ campaign
The Bharatiya Janata Party on Monday kicked off their campaign ‘one note, one vote’ at Kishore Nagar and Tajpur road. BJP Kisan Morcha’s national secretary and prabhari, Himachal Pradesh, advocate Sukhminderpal Singh Grewal said that under the campaign, the party workers met the voters at their doorstep with a plea to vote for the BJP, and sought funds to meet election expenses.
He said “if we count four votes in a family, in the country we are seeking 40 crore votes”.
The party workers will fan out at the booth level and will seek voluntary contributions.Grewal said that the party workers would collect one note from every household, in denominations ranging from Rs 5 to Rs 1,000 in the steel boxes designed for this purpose.