New Delhi, Nov 27: Buoyed by recent poll victory in two States Maharashtra and Haryana, BJP is all set for Assembly election in Delhi. The party is not leaving any stone unturned this time as they fell short of four seat in 70 membered Assembly last time.
As Aam Aadmi Party is its prime competitor in the national capital, saffron party is making strategy to counter the Arvind Kejriwal's party.
Recently, AAP's founding member Ashwini Upadhyay along with assembly speaker MS Dhir and three other members joined the saffron party. Reports say that former stalwart of AAP, Shazia Ilmi will also join BJP in coming days.
Modi-led party's plan is to use maximum of these leaders in coming election. With this strategy, BJP has appointed Upadhyay as spokesperson of the party's state unit.
"Ashwini Upadhyay has been appointed as the party spokesperson," Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) media convenor Praveen Shankar Kapoor said.
Reportedly, Upadhyay has been told to make a strategy to expose Arvind Kejriwal and his long list of lies.
Earlier, master strategist Amit Shah directed that a 10-member team be set up in each of the 70 assembly constituencies in Delhi. In addition, national capital will be segregated on the basis of castes, and campaigning will be done keeping in mind the dominant group in a particular constituency.
Each member of the poll management committee was given target to manage 27 booth out of 27000 polling stations in Delhi. They also was told to focus on online membership drive and do proper profiling of the probable candidates who show inclination to join party.
It seems, the party strategists are working on all the weak points which wobbled their way earlier. This time, the BJP is planning to wrest out all those constituencies which were ceded to the Opposition in December 2013 election.