BJP to seek suggestions to prepare its manifesto
New Delhi: Few days after AAP launched ‘Delhi Dialogue' to seek people's opinion on how Delhi should be, BJP has also sought people's suggestions to prepare its manifesto for the Assembly elections.
Delhi BJP chief Satish Upadhyay on Friday launched party's revamped website where it would seek people's suggestions on how their city can be made better.
As Delhi heads for Delhi Assembly elections, all three major political parties - BJP, Aam Aadmi Party and Congress have started their preparations.
Though AAP has released its first list of 22 candidates, Congress and BJP are yet to announce their candidates.
“People can post their ideas and suggestions on party's website to make Delhi a better city. After getting the suggestions, party will definitely include them in its manifesto,” Mr. Upadhyay said.
Mr. Upadhyay said that there would be an option under which people can also vote ideas posted on website and best ideas will be implemented.
“We will also create detailed individual profile of each candidate on our website so that people can know about them in detail. Party will also display important live posts from Facebook and Twitter accounts of BJP leaders,” the Delhi BJP president said.
Meanwhile, party has set a target of 15 lakh new memberships in the national capital owing to Assembly elections.
“We have set a target of enrolling 15 new lakh members till January 15 next year. In the first ten days of membership drive, we have successfully enrolled around 3.7 lakh members.
We are very sure that people will join BJP and support it in the forthcoming Assembly elections,” another BJP leader said.