Assam: BJP’s Audio-Visual Vehicle to Gauge Public Opinion Ahead of Polls
GUWAHATI: Ahead of the assembly elections, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Assam has embarked on a mission to collect peoples’ opinions from the nooks and corners of the state through audio-visual vehicles to prepare the election manifesto.
In accordance with that plan, 50 video vehicles loaded with audiovisual documentary of the works of the ruling BJP government will travel across the state to make people aware about the achievements of the government in last five ye
These vehicles will travel to various locations in the 126 state assembly constituencies across Assam to gather public opinion.
Assam Chief Minister Sarbanada Sonowal today, January 27 flagged of the specially designed vehicle from the Guwahati BJP office. The vehicles will zoom across the state and will let people know about the works done by the government.
“Today the first 50 video vans were flagged off by Assam CM @sarbanandsonwal Ji, @BJP4Assam President @RanjeetkrDass Ji, Sr Minister @himantabiswa Ji & others in Guwahati. In phase 1, the vans are seeking public suggestions for the road map ahead, via missed calls to 73832-73832,” BJP national vice-president Baijayant Jay Panda tweeted.
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