Hyderabad: Taking the forthcoming Telangana assembly elections seriously, the BJP high command has posted poll coordinators for poll management with a view to win many seats. These poll coordinators have arrived from Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and from Andhra Pradesh state also.
The BJP high command has appointed two coordinators in each Assembly constituency as poll managers. They will be in their respective Assembly constituencies till the end of the poll scheduled on December 7, 2018.
The BJP high command had recently appointed union health minister J.P. Nadda as the poll manager at the state level. After successfully implementing this system, the BJP high command is following the same system in every state during assembly elections.
These constituency level poll coordinators will focus on attracting voters and coordinate booth-level party committees.
According to sources, the BJP will deploy 20 to 30 dedicated party workers in each booth in order to bring the maximum number of voters to polling booths on polling day. The party leadership feels this strategy would increase the voting percentage to party candidates.
A Telangana BJP senior leader said that these poll managers would coordinate booth-level committees and give direction on how to attract voters to BJP. They concentrate mainly on new voters. They also make door to door visits and explain central government schemes.
BJP leaders said that this booth management system had played a crucial role in the party’s victory in Uttar Pradesh and Tripura assembly elections. The booth level committees will identify party sympathizers and supporters and bring them to polling booths and ensure they vote in favour of party candidates.
The Telangana BJP leader said poll managers had arrived in almost all assembly constituencies and started the work. Sources said that the BJP had identified some strong constituencies and concentrated on these constituencies mainly. In Adilabad, the BJP has identified three constituencies.
In the previous assembly elections, the BJP won 5 seats and all these were from Hyderabad and Rangareddy districts. This time BJP wants to win at least 20 seats....