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By Economic Times 18-Jun-2019
Shah launched a programme that he had devised almost two years ahead of the Lok Sabha elections, on April 25, 2017. Called the Deendayal Upadhyay Vistarak Yojna, Shah invited his cadre to take up the role of party ‘vistaraks’ (expansionists) by visiting assigned booths and let people know about BJP’s ideology and policies for a year, six months or at least 15 days.
More than 2.7 lakh party workers joined the programme. To motivate party workers, Shah too became a short-term vistarak in West Bengal, Odisha, Gujarat, Telangana and Lakhsadweep. He started the campaign from booth no. 93 of Darjeeling’s Naxalbari block in West Bengal. Shah visited six households in the Naxalbari block and interacted with families. He made sure that the BJP booth president, district president and state president were present during the campaign.
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