New Delhi: BJP has decided to include the demands of youths and traders and RWAs of unauthorised colonies and slums representatives in its manifesto for fresh Assembly polls in Delhi.
A meeting of senior BJP leaders was held on Friday to prepare a blueprint of its election manifesto.
"We have decided to contact youths, various professionals, traders, hawkers and RWAs of unauthorised colonies and JJ Clusters to find out about their problems so that we can cover these in our election manifesto," said a senior BJP leader.
According to the party, it will also make use of FM radio stations and approach colleges, universities, malls, coffee shops, etc. to reach out to voters, especially youths.
"BJP is also planning to use live media as part of which LCD screens will be placed in restaurants, malls, coffee shops and other public places," he said.
Meanwhile, senior BJP leaders will raise the issue of Munak Nahar tomorrow before Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal.
"At the meeting, we will also urge the Haryana Chief Minister to pave the way for a smooth ride for NCR autos and taxis by exempting them from paying toll tax," added the BJP leader.