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BJP launched ‘One Vote, One Note (currency)’ programme in Jaipur

by RajasthanDirect
Feb 12, 2014

BJP launched its ‘One Vote, One Note (currency)’ programme in Jaipur today. This programme makes party members to gather support and raise funds for the forthcoming Lok Sabha polls.

As part of the programme, party workers and members of its frontal organizations will go door-to-door seeking at least one vote from every house and collecting at least one note (of any denomination) from the house. The programme was launched through a Kalash Pooja at Moti Doongri Temple, which was attended by senior party members and legislators Ghanshyam Tiwari and Ashok Parnami.

The legislators and other members including Yuva Morcha state president D D Kumawat later sought support for party’s prime minister candidate Narendra Modi from visitors at the temple; also collecting a currency note from them. The workers would go to each house at the polling booth level seeking similar support. There are 45,000 polling booths in Jaipur. The campaign will continue till February 18.

src: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/jaipur/BJP-launches-one-vote-one-note-campaign-in-Jaipur/articleshow/30243838.cms

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