The BJP has decided to go into full battle mode in a bid to counter the AAP and secure a majority in the Delhi elections due next month. Several major decisions were taken at a crucial BJP strategy meeting at the party headquarters in New Delhi on Thursday. The meeting was attended by several top party leader and was chaired by party chief Amit Shah.
The BJP chief has taken full control of the campaign and has brought in 120 MPs and hundreds of party workers from 13 states to Delhi to run the election campaign as it peaks.
The BJP, to take on the AAP and its chief ministerial candidate, will ask the AAP leader Arvind Kejriwalfive questions. “The BJP will ask Arvind Kejriwal five questions every day till February 6,” said the party’s Delhi unit chief Satish Upadhyay.
Meanwhile, Kejriwal on his part has been demanding a public debate with Kiran Bedi.
Sources in the BJP also said that Amit Shah has pulled up party leaders running the campaign in Delhi.
Delhi goes to the polls on February 7 and the results will be declared on February 10.