Ahead of the Assembly polls, the Punjabi and baniya lobbies in the city have joined hands seeking a share in BJP ticket distribution.
After a lot of speculation about the self-projection of former IPS officer Kiran Bedi as the BJP’s chief ministerial candidate in Delhi, there is resentment among party workers and the top leadership.
In a bid to give Delhites a personal connect with Narendra Modi, the BJP will now bombard recorded voice messages across mobile phones assuring “good governance” for the city, appealing the receiver t
In a major embarrassment to the BJP, Rambir Shokeen, an Independent legislator from Mundka, who was expected to join the saffron brigade on Friday, backed off at the last moment.
Taking a cue from Aam Aadmi Party’s poster war, an anonymous party has launched a similar war against the party, where the poster is titled “Dilli ka Bhagoda (Delhi’s runaway leader)”.
On the pretext of giving a “live demonstration” of its membership campaign, the BJP enrolled about 1,000 new members on Tuesday in one go.
Sitting BJP councillors in three municipal corporations in the city are eyeing a bigger share in distribution of tickets for the upcoming Delhi Assembly elections.
Give a missed call and get your area cleaned this is BJP’s latest move to win over Delhiites ahead of the Assembly polls.
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In a move to build a team of dedicated cadres, the BJP has set new targets for its primary members to become active members.