New Delhi, Nov 18: BJP president Amit Shah on Tuesday met leaders of the party's Delhi unit, including all 31 former legislators and seven sitting parliamentarians, over preparations for the assembly election due early next year.
According to sources, Shah directed that a 10-member team be set up in each of the 70 assembly constituencies.
In addition, Delhi will be segregated on the basis of castes, and campaigning will be done keeping in mind the dominant group in a particular constituency, a party source told IANS.
The sitting parliamentarians have been specially asked to supervise all campaign work that will begin soon. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will himself monitor the poll preparations.
The meeting was held at the BJP central headquarters at Ashoka Road. Post the meeting, news reports suggested that BJP leaders were told to prepare for the elections, which will be held in February.