The BJP’s prime ministerial candidate, Mr Narendra Modi, will interact with people in Italy and Nigeria on Sunday, taking his party’s massive public outreach programme beyond the Indian territory.
The BJP will contest elections from all seven Lok Sabha seats and will not share any seats with its long-time ally, the Shiromani Akali Dal.
Taking the general election movement a step ahead, a Thai cuisine restaurant has been launched by a group of NRIs in the international marketing town of Kowloon, Hong Kong, naming it “NaMo”, after BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi.
As five-time BJP MLA Harsh Vardhan took the charge of Delhi unit of the party as its president on Thursday, many senior BJP leaders missed the event.
The New Delhi Municipal Council is planning to make Central Delhi fully wi-fi enabled. The whole area under the council will be equipped with Wi-Fi and everyone will be able to search, download and use Internet for free for up to 15-30 minutes.
Aiming to win over seven seats in Lok Sabha Elections, the Delhi BJP is all set to “expose” the Aam Aadmi Party, and parallel to it, the BJP would promote prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi in one go. From February 11, the party would go knocking at door-to-door in the city and request the residents to vote for the BJP.
Taking the “NaMo Tea Party” on a mass level, the state unit of Bhartiya Janata Party is planning to organise a “tea party” for about 10,000 people on Monday. For the same, new slogans have been coined and special teacups are being made.
The BJP is organising “NaMo tea parties” across the city to mobilise masses and encourage them to put across their political ideas. The BJP wants to reach out to people and popularise the message and aims of its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi with these tea parties.
Delhi girl Mahika Gupta is set to receive the bravery award from Prime Minister Manmohan Singh this Republic Day for saving the life of her four-year-old brother Dhairya during the Uttarakhand floods.
A day after chief minister Arvind Kejriwal proved majority in the 70-member house, the election of an AAP candidate as the Speaker of the Assembly was a cakewalk for the party. AAP candidate M.S.