Student outfits going all out to support their parent Hindu Nationalist Party BJP


New Delhi: With Lok Sabha Elections in Delhi less than two weeks away, the student wings of various political parties in the national capital have started pitching in with street plays, debates, rock shows and door-to-door campaigning.
The Delhi University unit of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), the students’ wing of BJP, has drawn up a detail campaigning plan to seek votes for Narendra Modi, which includes holding around 1,200 street plays.
“”We have around 600 volunteers in DU, JNU, IIT and IP university who are campaigning for Modi. We have also printed T-shirts with ‘I want Modi as PM’ slogan,”” said ABVP national secretary, Rohit Chahal.
Chahal said they were not campaigning directly for BJP, but only mobilising support for party’s Prime Ministerial candidate.
Wearing Modi T-shirts, the ABVP volunteers have already covered around 100 Metro stations where they distributed pamphlets to mobilise support for the BJP’s prime ministerial candidate.
“”Besides Metro stations, we have covered around 150 small and big markets such as Lajpat Nagar, Chandi Chowk, etc. To garner support for him (Modi),”” Chahal said, adding that ABVP has already organised around 700 street plays across Delhi.
“”Our target is to do 1,200 nukkad nataks. We’ve also gone from door-to-door to spread awareness about Modi,”” Chahal said.
Chahal attacked policies of UPA government and said besides campaigning for Modi, ABVP’s aim was also to make people aware about the “”misdeeds”” of the Congress-led dispensation. “

Source: Zee News