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State BJP begins drive to gather feedback for LS poll manifesto

State BJP begins drive to gather feedback for LS poll manifesto

Delhi BJP president Virendra Sachdeva (2nd from left), Ramvir Singh Bidhuri (3rd from left) and other party leaders launch the promotional campaign in New Delhi on Thursday. TRIBUNE PHOTO: MANAS RANJAN BHUI



Tribune News Service

Anshita Mehra

New Delhi, February 29

Delhi BJP president Virendra Sachdeva and Opposition leader in the Assembly Ramvir Singh Bidhuri officially launched the promotional campaign for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections on Thursday. Under this initiative, the party announced a campaign to solicit suggestions from the public for the ‘Sankalp Patra’ 2024.

Campaign till March 15

  • Party workers will visit every household, markets and public places across the city carrying a form and boxes to gather feedback of the people
  • The party workers would also seek suggestions of separate groups like chartered accountants, professionals, sports persons, teachers, professors and theatre actors among others
  • A phone number was also released by the party for the people to give their suggestions by recording their voice. People can also give their feedback through downloading NaMo app.

Sachdeva and Bidhuri initiated the suggestion campaign by placing their respective suggestions in the suggestion box at the state office. Sachdeva emphasised the people-centric nature of the Narendra Modi government, stating, “For the betterment and prosperity of Delhi, BJP workers will seek suggestions from people of all sections.”

During the campaign, which will run until March 15, BJP workers will visit every market and household in Delhi to collect suggestions in suggestion boxes for the development of India. Highlighting past successes, Sachdeva said, “The Modi government has fulfilled 99.1 per cent of the suggestions given by Delhiites in 2014 and 95 per cent in 2019.”

Sachdeva also outlined plans to reach out to various social organisations, markets, business institutions, athletes, teachers and stage actors in Delhi to gather suggestions for improving Delhi and India. Delhiites can also provide suggestions by dialling a dedicated number or using the NaMo app.

Bidhuri expressed gratitude to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on behalf of the Delhi BJP legislative party, affirming the party’s commitment to fulfilling promises made in the manifesto. He reiterated, “Based on suggestions received from the public, the BJP will release the ‘Sankalp Patra’ for Delhiites, and our goal will be to fulfil the promises made in the manifesto within half the term.”

The launch of this promotional campaign signals the beginning of an inclusive approach towards manifesto preparation, with the BJP seeking active participation from citizens to shape its vision for Delhi and the nation in the upcoming elections.

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