Patna: In view of the Bihar Assembly elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is going to organize virtual rallies across the state, Union Minister Amit Shah will decry it. All preparations have been completed regarding this. While giving the information on Saturday, state spokesman and former MLA of the party said that BJP's national organization General Secretary B.R. L. Santosh and Bhupendra Yadav, in-charge of the party's Bihar affairs, held frequent meetings regarding this.
The two senior leaders also held discussions with the state president of the party and MP from West Champaran Dr. Sanjay Jaiswal. Preparations were reviewed in all 243 assembly constituencies through video conferencing. Patel said that senior party leaders will be present at all the booths from the state headquarters to Shah's Bihar Mass Communication program tomorrow. The party leadership does not want to leave any stone unturned to make Shah's virtual rally historic. The state BJP has committed its life on the virtual rally.
The BJP spokesperson said that two different major forums have been built in Delhi and Patna. Shah will address Delhi, while all the big leaders of the state will be present in the Atal Bihari Auditorium of the state office in Patna. Amit Shah's virtual rally will be seen live on digital platforms including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and party webpages.