New Delhi, Jan 30: The BJP Thursday launched a month-long “ek note, kamal par vote” campaign in the national capital, seeking contributions from every household in the city.
Launched by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national president Rajnath Singh, the campaign aims to collect donations from every household to fund the party’s election campaign for the Lok Sabha polls.
In addition, party workers will also carry 12,000 boxes all over the city, asking people to cast a symbolic vote for the party.
“Workers must try and reach every home. The people of this country are tired of the rampant corruption and inflation and opportunistic policies of the Congress-led government. They are looking for a change and the BJP-led alliance is the only viable alternative,” Rajnath Singh said, addressing party workers.
The party has chalked out a plan for the Lok Sabha campaign and is fully geared up to win all seven Lok Sabha seats in Delhi, he said.