Battlefield Delhi: BJP plans to send 1.20 crore personal letters for party's support
New Delhi, Feb 3: After wooing people with its 'vision document' ahead of Delhi assembly elections, the BJP has decided to launch massive campaign to reach out to the voters in Delhi. In what could be termed as the biggest exercise taken by any political party, the BJP will send personal letters to all 1.20 crore voters in the national capital.
The key points that are likely to be mentioned in the letter are issues like women safety, corruption-free atmosphere in the national capital, 24X7 electricity supply, clean drinking water, better road and transport facilities and improvement in facilities and infrastructure of government schools and hospitals.
After narrating the Narendra Modi-led government's achievements and the BJP's promises made to the people of Delhi, the letter will finally seek votes for a clear majority government. The party aims at delivering letters at every door step in Delhi on Feb 5, the last day of campaigning.
The BJP Tuesday released its vision document for the 2015 Delhi assembly polls, promising to address fundamental issues like power, water, hospitals and transport system in the capital.
"If we want to make Delhi a smart and a world class city, we have to address the basic issues like electricity, water and transport," BJP's Delhi unit chief Satish Upadhyay told the media here.
He said the vision document promises steps to make Delhi a world class city and provide housing for all.
"This election will decide what will be the vision and which path the capital will choose and whether there will be politics of development and good governance," he said.
The vision document, which has been brought out instead of a manifesto, was made by a committee led by senior BJP leader Harsh Vardhan.
The party's chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi said: "The vision document covers many areas and includes cleaning the Yamuna river, housing for poor, power, development of villages, animal shelters and municipal corporation of Delhi."
Delhi goes to polls Feb 7 and the votes will be counted Feb 10.
(With inputs from IANS)