The Bharatiya Janata Party will start a massive feedback campaign for the upcoming state assembly election in Tripura to collect feedback, suggestion boxes will be placed in front of party offices in each assembly district, as well as in public locations like markets and shopping centers.
According to a leading party official, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party in Tripura has chosen to collect public feedback on the effectiveness of the administration and which concerns should be addressed first to accommodate public opinion into the party’s policies and programs.
Dr. Ashok Sinha, the chairman of the Bharatiya Janata Party manifesto drafting committee stated that thirty multimedia vehicles that will drive around the 60 assembly constituencies will be put into operation.
They are pleading for everyone’s help to put their recommendation in the box. If someone wants to write their name, they are welcome to do so, but they will also treat any unnamed recommendation equally.
Abhijit Dey, a senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader and the chairman of the Tripura Road Transport Corporation, has been given the responsibility. They have rescheduled the campaign’s launch because Union Home Minister Amit Shah is coming, the campaign starts during his visit.
The installation of suggestion boxes in front of the party headquarters has already begun and they will visit every village and request the villagers’ opinions on the type of government they want, according to a top Bharatiya Janata leader.