Shivraj Singh Chouhan to do a Narendra Modi in MP poll
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Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan is mulling to follow the same technology model for campaigning in the state Assembly election, due later this year, that was successfully deployed by his Gujarat counterpart Narendra Modi recently.
As per the plans being chalked out, the ruling BJP in the state plans to use the '3D Virtual Live Technology' that was effectively deployed by Modi in the recent Gujarat Assembly election, sources said.
Using the technology, Chouhan would address about 250 election meetings simultaneously during the campaign for the polls, likely to be held in November, they said.
Sources said people close to Sunny Bhatt, Chief Executive Officer of Gujarat-based Aims that introduced the 3D concept in Modi's campaign, are now camping in Bhopal.
They said Bhatt already had two rounds of meetings with Chouhan and the state BJP president Narendra Singh Tomar on the issue.
The company through its technology will bring live images of Chouhan with his messages to the masses on a round-the-clock basis in identified areas through the LED curtains to be installed at important public places.