While the top leaders of the party are leaving nothing to chance in an already heated up campaign, there is also a great deal of reliance on technology that the party will depend on during the campaign.
The elections are being micromanaged by the party's national president Amit Shah and he is also personally overseeing the technology that is being used during the campaign.
GPS fitted raths, applications that would give real time data on each and every booth among others are part of the BJP's plan for the Bihar elections.
Going into every detail:
The control centre based out of Patna, Bihar is where scores of workers of the BJP are working overtime to ensure that they get every detail right.
The Fraser Road office is buzzing with activity and the emphasis is to use technology to the hilt in a bid to micromanage the elections.
Apart from collecting data from every booth, the workers are also ensuring that the changes brought in after Narendra Modi took over as the Prime Minister is made known to every voter in Bihar.
A worker part of the programme informed OneIndia that micromanaging is a big part of this process.
There is a need to pass on the message of change to the voter and we are using technology to ensure that.
GPS fitted raths, election campaign vehicles with state of the art technology which would let it be monitored in the control centre at Patna, applications which give out information of the booths and also the voters are all part of this technological exercise that the BJP has undertaken.
The raths in particular will be a major draw. It would be fitted with large screens where videos are played out regarding the change the BJP has brought in.
The movement of the rath will be known in the control centre and if there is data to be passed on to the speaker, it would be done so in real time.
Each constituency and booth will have different issues and the intention is to ensure that they are addressed.