New Delhi, Nov 15: 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.
Reports say that master strategist and party president Amit Shah will discuss all these plans with Delhi leaders on November 18. To ensure party's victory, a 100-membered team has also been formed by Delhi BJP president Satish Upadhyay and state in-charge Prabhat Jha.
Moreover in coming days around 2,700 Jansabhas will be conducted at all the polling booths, beginning from December 1. Sources say that all office bearer and party workers have been asked to pull their socks and given time bound targets. A meeting in that direction was held on Friday where all were told to intensify the membership drive in their respective areas.
When asked about this gearing mode of the party ahead of the election, a BJP leader said, "This time, we will intensify the campaign at the grass-root level. Our workers are physically meeting voters and checking whether their name is there in the list or not. All MPs will hold meetings at mandal and district level. BJP chief will personally monitor the election campaign as winning Delhi elections is very important for the party".
Survey puts BJP in driver seat
A survey done by ABP News-Nielsen has said that BJP will get thumping victory in Delhi Assembly, routing other parties Aaam Aadmi party and Congress.
The poll survey predicts that Modi-led party will get 46 seats, more than its previous tally of 31. Struggling with one after another crisis, the AAP will get only 18 seats this time.
The rookie party had got 28 seats in December 2013 Assembly election in the capital and had formed 49 days government with the help of Congress. But it seems the party will not sustain the midas touch of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.