With this, the party has started the process of mobilising workers ahead of next year’s Assembly polls, and major changes are expected in the organisation in the coming months at the mandal and district levels.
The homepage of the website showed the picture of a beef dish with 'Beef Fry' written under it. Under the image, a beef recipe was posted in blue font against a black background. Even the navigation bar was edited, replacing the word BJP with 'beef'.
A senior leader said that in the run-up to the Lok Sabha polls, the BJP state unit has been forming several poll committees — for public campaign, party manifesto, poll management, media coordination, publicity and road shows.
In a letter written to the Chief Electoral Officer, convenor of the Delhi BJP’s legal department, Neeraj, said the party was writing against the backdrop of “repeated recent attempts to polarise voters on religious and caste lines by AAP convenor Arvind Kejriwal and his party members”.
Responding to BJP's allegations and its demand for the appointment of special observers to prevent 'hate speech', AAP said it will welcome all steps by the poll watchdog to prevent any communal discord. "However, observers should be attached with RSS shakhas as well," it added.
Delhi BJP’s Sikh wing head Kuldeep Singh said the “event is being celebrated to commemorate the 550th birth anniversary of Shri Guru Nanak Devji”. “Ragis from Amritsar’s Golden Temple will come to Delhi to sing spiritual songs,” he said.
The SC Morcha of the Delhi unit of the party, that had successfully organised the 'Bhim Mahasangam' rally at Ramlila ground here last month, is reaching out to the Dalit voters in the 12 reserved assembly constituencies through the 'Samrasta Bhoj'.