Srinagar: The much famous Narendra Modi's hi-tech 3D campaign used in the parliamentary elections is all set to reach in Jammu and Kashmir, with the aim to address many rallies and areas simultaneously. The party is also painting the hoardings of Prime minister across the state.
Party sources informed KNS that the BJP as a part of its poll campaign wants to impress the Jammu and Kashmir people by using 3-D technology. We are receiving the hi tech 3D van on 24 of November and later it will be used in the poll campaign. The main aim of the 3D services is that the PM Modi sitting at one place will address the lakhs of people of Jammu and Kashmir at the same time, one of the Party leader wished anonymity told KNS.
Sources said that Modi's speeches will be telecasted in many areas of the state at the same time with the help of 3D technology and satellite link-ups.
Pertinently BJP in its National election campaign used the advanced 3D hologram technology and the leaders of the party addressed scores of rallies in different States on the same day with the help of 3D-Hologram Technology. According to the sources BJP is planning to use the technology in many constituencies of the state.
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi also had previously used this technology. It was used by him for the first time for his election meetings in 2012 to address voters over 53 locations in Gujarat simultaneously.
Sources said that the first phase of 3D meetings will be held in Srinagar Kupwara and Islamabad.
Meanwhile, the BJP is also painting the posters, hoardings of the Prime minister Narendra Modi all over the state.
The posters at intersections, arterial roads, districts and commercial spaces have been put up either by the party, or leaders who want to score brownie points with the party's senior leadership.
Sources said that the huge billboard of Narendra Modi near Lalchock will also be painted within two to three days and the most hoardings will come up in and around the commercial areas of Jammu and Kashmir.
BJP is making Prime Minister Narendra Modi the focus of its election campaign in Jammu and Kashmir. However, analysts caution that in the absence of a powerful state leader the BJP may be taking a risk.
The BJP in its Jammu and Kashmir election campaign is focusing on the issues of lacking infrastructure development, including road network, power shortages and lack of employment in the state. However the party leaders said that the BJPs campaign is multi-dimensional. The campaign is also focusing on the misgovernance of the NC Congress government in the state, one of the BJP leader wished anonymity told KNS.
Sources said that the dependence on Modi by the state leaders can be understood from the fact that the BJP has demanded that Modi must hold rallies and different public meetings in the state. Although the BJP has contested many assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir, the party never succeeded in making an impact in state politics. Political pundits believe that the BJP lacks strong influential leaders in Kashmir. The only chance for the BJP to make it big if it succeeds to project Narendra Modi.
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