The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has launched a membership campaign to recruit new members, who will be required to scan the party’s QR code stickers located near their homes.
According to sources, the BJP hopes to portray itself as a party that stands out and is always ahead of the curve with this campaign.
People who use QR codes will be contacted directly by the party or by party workers, and they will be required to scan the party’s QR code stickers.
“Approximately three lakh QR code stickers will be posted in malls and public areas such as bus stations and local markets,” Gujarat BJP President C.R. Paatil said, launching the party’s membership drive.
“There are 1,13,00,000 lakh primary members who will reach out to individuals and make them party members,” Paatil stated, adding that “thousands of electoral page committee members will be made primary members and the party’s primary members will become active members.”
The 2017 Assembly elections in Gujarat included 50,100 polling stations for 182 Assembly seats, and 4.33 crore people voted.