With the Lok Sabha election dates announced, the party wants Modi to reach out to all people in the country.
"Party can't afford to get it subsided and so Modiji will have to devote time to all the constituencies. In the second phase of campaign he will address at least four rallies in a day. It has been planned that one rally will cover four to five parliamentary constituencies," said a senior party leader.
The party wants Modi to reach out to all people in the country
The party will deploy about 10 workers in each of the over 8 lakh booths across the country. These workers will be tasked to approach every family in the country, said the report.
Besides, Modi will travel across the country in his 'Raths'. Around 60 trucks, equipped with LED screens, have been prepared as Modi Rath.
The party has a very catchy chant - " Har Har Modi Ghar Ghar Modi". The trucks will visit different constituencies; and 70 teams will perform ' nukkad natak' across the country.
BJP spokesperson Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said the party is ready for the elections and would declare its candidates soon.
" The party has completed all formalities for the polls and appointed conveners and in- charge officials in all the polling booths. The party has decided to launch the ' One Note Kamal Par Vote' programme, besides working on social media which has an important role to play in these elections", he said.
The BJP leader said the party is also chalking out campaign schedule of top party leaders like Rajnath Singh, L. K. Advani, Sushma Swaraj and Arun Jaitley.
The party had fielded 433 candidates in the 2009 elections against 382 in the 2004 Lok Sabha polls.