Dividing Delhi into seven Lok Sabha constituencies, the former BJP national president has given charge to party leaders.
To minimise infighting among partyís potential candidates for the upcoming Assembly polls after announcement of candidates this month, Delhi BJP in-charge Nitin Gadkari on Friday named 14 leaders as poll observers in seven Lok Sabha constituencies.
Dividing Delhi into seven Lok Sabha constituencies, the former BJP national president has given charge to party leaders, who will be holding meetings with the party workers.
Nand Kishore Garg and Vani Tripathi will monitored the New Delhi area, R P Singh and Mangeram Garg will monitor South Delhi, and Arti Mehra and Anil Jain will take meetings of party workers in West Delhi. Jagdish Mukhi and Pawan Sharma will monitor East Delhi, while Chandni Chowk has been given to Harsh Vardhan and Yogendra Chandolia.
Vijendra Gupta and O P Kohli will monitor Northeast Delhi, while Shyam Jaju and Abdul Rasheed will look after the Northeast Delhi constituency.
According to party sources, observers have been asked to submit their reports to the Delhi BJP in-charge on or before September 4.