Delhi BJP draws up 7-point questionnaire for greater connect
New Delhi: Delhi BJP has come up with a seven-point questionnaire for residents of the national capital to enable the party to understand the problems being faced by Delhiites ahead of fresh Assembly polls.
Drawn up as part of its efforts to connect with Delhiites, BJP will distribute the questionnaire to the households in the city.
"We have prepared a seven-point questionnaire in order to connect directly with the people and know about their problems.
"As part of the special membership campaign which BJP is set to launch in all of Delhi from June 15, party workers will distribute the questionnaire to every household and get them filled," said Delhi BJP spokesperson, Harish Khurana.
Through the questionnaire, the party would be able to learn about the priorities and problems of the people, Khurana said.
"We would ask Delhiites what the main problems are for them and, also, what are the problems which should be looked into immediately by the municipal corporations," he added.
He said that BJP would also ask Delhiites as to what should be the top-five priorities for the next government in the state.
"People will be asked if their families have been living in Delhi for the last five years or more and what steps have been taken by previous governments to solve their problems," he added.
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