BJP will open call centres to urge Biharis in Bengaluru to vote

Patna, Oct 5: In a bid to pocket the vote of the Biharis in Bengaluru who are 1.25 lakh in number, the BJP will open up two call centres.

The two call centres will reach out to the Biharis in Bengaluru and urge them to go back to their state and cast their vote for the party.[ Bihar Election 2015: Special Coverage]


Bengaluru city has a large population of Biharis. An estimate suggests that there are 1.25 lakh Biharis in the city.

The BJP feels that it needs to reach out to all of them and urge them to vote for the party in the elections.

However, for the BJP the bigger challenge is ensuring that all of them return to their state and vote.

Modi will develop Bihar:

The BJP during its campaign in the city has said that they can be rest assured that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will ensure the development of Bihar.

Ananth Kumar, the leader in charge of Bihar for the BJP told the Bihar people that they came to Bengaluru because the city was developed and they got better opportunities. He assured that Modi would develop Bihar too.

The BJP hopes to target at least 50,000 Biharis in Bengaluru in the first phase.

The party will open two call centres with 15 volunteers and personally get in touch with each of them.

The BJP would not only urge them to vote for the party, but would also do its best to ensure that most of them go back to their state and vote.

Through the call centre the BJP also proposes to launch an SMS campaign. Calls too would be made to urge the Biharis in the city, the BJP says.

The BJP would constantly try and remind the Biharis that the PM has announced a special package for the state and if they went and voted for the party, it would only do a world of good for their state.

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