Delhi polls: RSS army joins BJP in last lap of campaign

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New Delhi, Jan 31: Just 7 days left for the Delhi assembly elections when BJP is joined by an army of Rashtriya Swayam Sevak cadres who would be mobilizing public in the last lap of the election campaign. These volunteers from all Sangh-affiliated bodies are set to tap voters in their homes, joggers in parks, parents in schools, and send them mails.

This came in the wake of BJP deploying 120 MPs for its campaign and declaring that it is neck on neck with Aam Aadmi Party. 'Mission Delhi' was launched just hours after a meeting at the RSS headquarters on Monday when it was decided that all the allied forces-students' wing Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), trade union wing Bharatiya Majdoor Sangh, Sewa Bharti and Vidya Bharti - would mobilise voters across Delhi.


Spurces say that the Lok Sabha elections too had their support. In fact, the scools run by the Vidya Bharti, has started wooing parents of the students urging them to support a nationalist party like the BJP. Similarly, the Bhartiya Majdoor Sangh has mobilised its taxi unions, industrial worker unions for votes. The ABVP, with 45,000 members in Delhi, mostly students, will mobilise the youth by organising street plays and corner meetings. Moreover, RSS' own khaki-clad volunteers will go door-to-door canvassing for the BJP.

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