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Updated At: Nov 17, 2021 10:28 AM (IST)
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Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, November 16
The city BJP will prepare a vision document or ‘Sankalp Patra’ for the MC elections with the participation of the general public. On the basis of their feedback, a roadmap will be prepared for the next five years, stated city BJP chief Arun Sood at a press conference here today.
Sood said “Aapka Chandigarh, Aapka Sujha” would be the biggest public participation campaign of the city. Under the campaign, city residents would be asked to share their suggestions/aspirations with the BJP. Based on these, the BJP would prepare a vision document, he added.
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