Largest mass outreach campaign in electoral history of a democracy by Modi, claims BJP
The BJP today claimed that its Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi has done largest mass outreach campaign in electoral history of a democracy and the party also hailed the energy level of Mr Modi for addressing a large number of poll rallies for the ongoing Lok Sabha polls.
''It would not be an exaggeration to describe the Modi campaign as one of the biggest mass mobilisation exercise seen anywhere in the history of electioneering. The scale and intensity of the campaign becomes even bigger when one understands the large population and geographic spread of India. Yes, in the past political leaders have led marathon campaigns but the scale at which this campaign has been done, beats them all by miles!,'' BJP spokesperson Meenakshi Lekhi said at a press conference here
''Can you recall such a wide and diverse outreach programme in India s history? His day began at 5 AM and sometimes went past midnight but Narendra Modi s energy and his dedication only increases,'' the BJP spokesperson said.
''(I am running, the affection of the people is making me run. There is no question of getting tired. Question of stopping and bowing to anti-national forces simply does not arise)-- these words by Narendra Modi sums up his routine and his determination perfectly,'' the BJP spokesperson said.
''Starting from September 15, 2013, when Narendra Modi addressed his 1st rally after being anointed as the BJP s PM candidate till May 10, 2014 when campaigning for the last phase of 2014 Lok Sabha Elections ends, Narendra Modi would have addressed 437 historic rallies across India from Jammu to Kanyakumari, from Amreli to Arunachal Pradesh. From March 15 to May 10 he would have travelled almost 3 lakh kilometers! Add to the 1350 rallies through 3D technology across the nation,'' the BJP spokesperson said.
(Posted on 29-04-2014)