Chennai: The BJP’s election manifesto, rather Vision Document for 2016 Assembly poll, as the saffron party would like to call it, outlines its numerous poll assurances on a broader aspect but aiming to be more regional, the party’s candidates too are likely to have their own ‘local’ manifestos’ to reach out to the electorate in their respective constituencies.
So, manifestos are likely to galore in the coming weeks. Nanganallur, here, for instance, which abounds in temples, would be developed as a pilgrimage centre, if the BJP is voted to power, claims Sathyanarayanan, the party’s candidate for Alandur constituency.
Party’s state vice-president Vanathi Srinivasan, who flexes IT and who leaves no stone unturned during her election campaign in Coimbatore South, is all set to launch her election manifesto once the feedback from the people in the constituency is obtained soon. She has assured to address the civic issues plaguing the constituency.
Another state vice president M. Chakravarthy who is contesting from Tiruttani says the legislators who got elected in the past from the constituency had neglected it....