New Delhi, Jan 30: The Delhi elections is all about micromanaging. BJP's party chief Amit Shah has decided to unleash 125 workers to micromanage the party's campaign in every possible area in Delhi.
On the other hand Aam Admi Party will ensure that a host of spokespersons will engage the BJP in a war of words all through the campaign expecting the BJP to make a mistake.
What the BJP is planning?
The last week of campaigning for the Delhi elections will see the BJP engage in a more aggressive strategy to micromanage the campaign. Amit Shah has decided that the party leaders should give more thrust to the image of Narendra Modi in the last leg of campaigning.
A meeting of the BJP's leadership comprising Dharmendra Pradhan, Nirmala Sitaram, Ananth Kumar and Arun Jaitley discussed the nitty grittys of the final round of campaigning.
It was decided that the best strategy to adopt is to rely heavily on the Narendra Modi factor. The recent elections have given the party dividends when it focused on the Modi factor.
The BJP has also realized that while Kiran Bedi is an important factor, the AAP has trained its guns on her and have a couple of issues to counter her on. That is not the case when it comes to Modi, the BJP leadership discussed.
Further the BJP also sensed that announcing the name of Kiran Bedi had created some amount of discomfort among the party leaders who had not been giving their 100 per cent during the campaign.
More door to door campaigns:
For the BJP the last leg of the campaign is an extremely crucial one. The party bosses have advised its workers to engage in door to door campaigns and convince the Delhi voter about the importance of electing it to power.
Party chief Amit Shah has made it clear that all differences should be buried and the party work as one unit. BJP leaders tell oneindia that Amit Shah is keen that there is unity and the old brass of the party is not disgruntled as this could prove fatal for the campaign.
What the AAP will do?
The Aam Admi Party on the other hand feels that the Delhi electorate is best reached through the televisions and social media. It has decided to put in its best 25 speakers on the job and engage the BJP in a war of words.
AAP leaders are of the view that the Kiran Bedi factor has not given the BJP the edge that it claims to have and realized that the party would go back to the Modi factor.
During a meeting of the AAP leaders it was decided that they should focus on key issues such as electricity and water which were of primary concerns to the people of Delhi.
The party also felt that the BJP's decision not to release a manifesto and go with a vision document was something that they could capitalize on and make an issue of it during the debates.
Here is why the spokespersons come in handy. Not only will they be seen on TV debates, but also on the roads and social media interacting with the people.