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BJP to launch Digital Raths with Wifi connection, WiFi password will be ‘Kejriwal failed to give free WiFi’

The party will also organise a ‘Twitter Chaupal’ for people who use the micro-blogging site to connect with Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari

Realising the importance of digital outreach ahead of the Lok Sabha elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party has decided to roll out ‘Digital Rath Yatras’ in Delhi to not only highlight the achievements of Prime Minister Narendra Modi but also all the failures of Arvind Kejriwal government.

According to the reports, the Digital Rath, scheduled to be launched soon will travel across all the seventy assembly seats and seven Lok Sabha seats in the state, which will telecast videos related to the developmental works of the BJP. Interestingly, the chariots will also have an in-built WiFi hot spot and the password to access it is ‘Kejriwal failed to give free WiFi’.

“People can use this free-of-cost internet service to circulate information about PM Modi through Facebook, Twitter and Instagram,” Neelkanth Bakshi, officer-in-charge, Delhi BJP — IT and Social Media Cell, told speaking to the media.

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The party will also organise a ‘Twitter Chaupal’ for people who use the micro-blogging site to connect with Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari, ask him questions and give feedback to Delhi BJP President Manoj Tiwari. Reportedly, Tiwari will also travel with the chariot and visit each Lok Sabha constituency to interact with the voters.

“At once, approximately 200 people will be able to use the WiFi. The Digital Rath will be on roads with effect from April 1,” added Baxi.

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