For the BJP bringing the people of Delhi to the polling booths has been a major challenge. The more number of people voting means the BJP is in with a better chance.
Micro managing the campaign and more importantly bringing the voters to the booth was the huge task under directly under the supervision of the BJP's national president Amit Shah.
Shah set targets to all his booth level workers. He roped in 2 lakh volunteers of the BJP to oversee the last leg of the campaign. The directive given to the volunteers was to visit almost every house in Delhi not just to convince the voter to vote for the BJP but also ensure that they reached the booth.
BJP workers tell oneindia that bringing the voter to the booth was the greatest challenge for us. Delhi had just voted and hence there was a risk of fatigue among many who appeared disinterested.
All differences set aside:
There were some differences within the BJP over the name of the chief ministerial candidate. However those differences were immediately set aside following Shah taking over.
Every single activity by each member of the party right from the booth level was personally overseen by Shah. He ensured that there was no red tape and any grievance was handled directly by him.
Some workers who had complained directly interacted with the Shah who told them to look at the larger picture. BJP:s national spokesperson G V L Narasimiha Rao informed that this micro management ensured that the campaign went on smoothly and the BJP can expected a 2/3rd majority in Delhi.