BJP launches new campaign to woo evening walkers
President of Bharatiya Janata Party ( BJP), Chandigarh, Sanjay Tandon, senior BJP leader and former civil aviation minister Harmohan Dhawan, on Tuesday, started a new campaign at Sector 15, wherein the party leaders approached the evening walkers to vote for the party.chandigarh Updated: Mar 05, 2014 11:58 IST
President of Bharatiya Janata Party ( BJP), Chandigarh, Sanjay Tandon, senior BJP leader and former civil aviation minister Harmohan Dhawan, on Tuesday, started a new campaign at Sector 15, wherein the party leaders approached the evening walkers to vote for the party.
Dhawan said the campaign ‘Walk with Dhawan’ was aimed that highlighting the importance of their vote. “We will visit all the city parks to urge people to use their franchise to elect the right candidates and a responsive government at the Centre,” Dhawan said adding that like a walk, a must for healthy body, vote was also a must for a healthy and vibrant democracy.
The party also held a ‘ Namo Tea’ session at Sector 15 wherein vision of Narendra Modi was discussed with the locals.
Meanwhile, a ‘NaMo tea’ session was held by the party in Burail also. The party claimed that more than 400 people participated in the discussions held over the tea session organised by the party. Tandon and senior deputy mayor Hira Negi also participated in the campaign.
Tandon said, “The party is registering the support of new people every day and they express faith in the ideology of Modi.” He added that NaMo tea campaigns were aimed at popularising the Mission 272+ of BJP and the initiative was receiving overwhelming response.
BJP’s human rights cell lauded the role of Chandigarh police in cracking a case wherein two girls went missing from the city on February 5.
Cell convenor Ramesh Sharma said the girls had now been recovered from Noida by the city police. A delegation of BJP’s human rights cell had met top police officials on February 25 urging the cops to expedite investigation into the case.