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The BJP will hold a convention of its polling booth in-charges at Ramlila Maidan here, which the party's chief Amit Shah is likely to address as part of the preparation for the forthcoming municipal elections.
Five BJP workers -- 'Panch Parmeshwar' -- from each of the 13,372 polling stations in the national capital will assemble for the event to prepare groundwork for the April 22 civic polls.
BJP National General Secretary (Organisation) Ram Lal, Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari, senior leader Shyam Jaju, Union minister Harsh Vardhan and other party leaders attended the monthly meet of the state unit to discuss the strategy for the MCD polls.
Ram Lal exhorted party cadre to work towards winning the polls.
He alleged that the Delhi government was "corrupt and inefficient" so the BJP's win will put pressure on it to "either work or tender resignation".
The BJP has dubbed the group of five booth in-charges for every polling station as 'Panch Parmeshwar' with Tiwari, saying these "workers will work like 'panchs' towards getting administrative justice for people".
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