Master plan for Delhi polls revealed! What Amit Shah told entire BJP brass

New Delhi, Nov 19: 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. The party strategists are working on all the weak points which wobbled their way earlier. The Modi-led BJP is planning to wrest out all those constituencies which were ceded to the Opposition in December 2013 election.

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Report says that a meeting held on Tuesday where party president Amit Shah told party workers to gear up for coming Assembly polls in capital. Sources say that all office bearer and party workers have been asked to pull their socks and given time bound targets.


In a brainstorming session held at party headquarter, top leaders made strategy about how party will register victory in coming assembly election. In the meeting which was attended by all the top Delhi BJP leaders along with party's Delhi in-charge Prabhat Jha, it was decided that this time focus will be more on micro level.

According to sources, master strategist Shah directed that a 10-member team be set up in each of the 70 assembly constituencies. In addition, Delhi will be segregated on the basis of castes, and campaigning will be done keeping in mind the dominant group in a particular constituency. Report says, each member of the poll management committee has been given target to manage 27 booth out of 27000 polling stations in Delhi. They also have been told to focus on online membership drive and do proper profiling of the probable candidates who show inclination to join party.

Sources say that the sitting parliamentarians have been specially asked to supervise all campaign work that will begin soon. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will himself monitor the poll preparations.

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