Patna, July 15: Assembly election in Bihar is expected to be held by the end of 2015. All political parties including RJD, JD(U), Congress and many others have already begun their preparations.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is no exception. The party, which is determined to form government in the state, too has begun its task.
According to media reports, the party will distribute 'Modi Saris' ahead of the assembly election in Bihar.
Ahead of Lok Sabha election 2014, Modi fans had come out with an unique idea of distributing sari packets with captions such as 'Ab Ki Barr Modi Sarkar' (This time, it's Modi govt).
Now, the Modi followers made a few changes in the slogan and made a special tag line for Bihar elections. This time it would be 'Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas' (Together with all, Development for all).
Saris sold by a Surat(Gujarat) trader packed for Bihar in bags with PM Modi's picture on them ahead of assembly polls pic.twitter.com/LzWyvxBFzq— ANI (@ANI_news) July 15, 2015
According to sources, a group of sari traders have taken the initiative to support BJP in Bihar. They want to ensure that BJP's message reaches every home in Bihar in the run up to the high-voltage electoral tussle.
At least 25 sari traders joined hands to supply saris in special packets that carry PM Modi's picture, BJP's logo and the slogan. The group has aimed to supply at leats 10 lakh such bags.
While BJP has been facing criticism over Vyapam scam in Madhya Pradesh, Lalit Modi controversy involving senior leaders such as Sushma Swaraj, Vasundhara Raje, the party wants to ensure its message reaches every house in Bihar. So that controversies failed to mar the good karmas of Modi.