By Rakesh Raman
The Delhi unit of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has announced that it will host Panch Parmeshwar Conference on Saturday (25th March) at Ramila Maidan – a site in Delhi for holding large public meetings.
The local BJP president Manoj Tiwari said that the conference is being held at the completion of the first phase of the organizational preparations for the upcoming MCD election. The workers connected with all the 13,372 polling booths of Delhi are expected to participate in the event.
Delhi BJP has termed the booth level workers as Panch Parmeshwar and the BJP national president Amit Shah will launch the election campaign for the MCD election.
According to the party, the Urban Development Minister, M. Venkaiah Naidu, BJP national organization general secretary Ramlal, all the MPs from Delhi, and BJP senior leaders will guide the workers on this occasion.
Tiwari said that the Ramlila Maidan has been divided into 14 enclosures in the order of BJP’s 14 organizational districts and LED screens are being installed in each enclosure so that the workers may easily listen to the address of Amit Shah.
Meanwhile, the BJP national vice president Vinay Sahastrabuddhe said that due to the mis-governance of the present Delhi Government, the development works have stopped and the National Capital has become centre of anarchy and corruption.
He added that the MCD election is an opportunity for the voters of Delhi to give mandate against the government involved in corruption and nepotism.
The MCD election is scheduled to take place on April 22, 2017.
Photo courtesy: BJP
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