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Ahead of polls, PM reaches out to Delhi BJP workers through over 250 screens


Press Trust of India New Delhi
With over 250 screens put up across Delhi, thousands of state BJP workers attended Prime Minister Narendra Modi's mega video conference event 'Mera Booth Sabse Mazboot' on Thursday.
The party's state unit made elaborate arrangements for its members and supporters to make the event a success before the Lok Sabha polls. Booth-level workers of 272 mandals attended the event at 252 different locations across the national capital.
BJP chief Amit Shah along with Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad and other senior leaders attended the programme at the party's state office.
Interacting with party workers from different states, Modi asked them to create awareness among people about the government's welfare schemes to ensure BJP's victory in the upcoming polls.
The booth-level workers of RK Puram, New Delhi and Malviya Nagar Assembly constituencies participated in the programme at the Delhi BJP office.
The event was watched through the NaMo app. It was also live on BJP's Facebook page, twitter handle and Youtube channel, among others.

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First Published: Feb 28 2019 | 4:10 PM IST

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