BJP, which did well in the previous general elections in the state, is leaving no stone unturned to overthrow the TMC government, steered by Mamata Banerjee, will fight for 294 seats of the Bengal Legislative Assembly which will be held in April-May this year.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has strategies to escalate its influence on people for the Bengal assembly elections, and have started reaching voters through Rasgulla and Namo Tea Party in Kolkata. BJP, which did well in the previous general elections in the state, is leaving no stone unturned to overthrow the Trinamool Congress (TMC) government, steered by Mamata Banerjee, for 294 seats of the Bengal Legislative Assembly Elections which will be held in April-May this year.
BJP won 18 of the 42 Lok Sabha seats in Bengal in 2019. Co-chair of the BJP’s Bengal unit, Amit Malviya said that the party will practise traditional methods too apart from using innovative new technology for campaigning. He also said that BJP workers have started meeting folks in small groups to elucidate party’s approach to the state‘s development on the Namo Tea Party.
According to him, the party will start arranging flash mob and street plays in upcoming days. To make the party’s presence in the state more strong, BJP workforces have started wearing saffron T-shirts with Namo Again or Namo reprinted.
Malviya said, BJP workforces wearing saffron coloured T-shirts have started meeting folks every day at parks or other places in Kolkata. The party in full swing is using digital wall painting after fronting challenges by its opponents to eliminate its posters.
He also said, ‘’TMC workers get rid of our posters and so we have started using digital wall painting, which is not easy to remove and it is even better than traditional wall painting or poster.’’
Amit Malviya, the national head of BJP IT and social media, said that the use of social media will be given emphasis during the elections. To keep users updated about their election related activities in the state, BJP has also developed a mobile app.
The BJP leader said, our app has been developed to keep workers, volunteers and updates about election activities in the state. In that context, Union Home Minister Amit Shah has addressed a meeting of social media volunteers.