April 7, 2015
Municipal Elections 2015 – Trinamool’s 360 degrees of communication
Trinamool Congress believes in 360-degree campaigning for any election, instead of relying on any particular mode of communication. For the upcoming municipal elections, the party has been reaching out to the people using all forms of campaign methods – right from the traditional wall graffiti to connecting with voters online.
Candidates in all 144 wards of the Kolkata Municipal Corporation and in every municipality of the State are travelling door to door to reach out to people.
A candidate in Kolkata talking to people
AITC MPs and MLAs are participating in campaigning along with candidates of the locality through road shows.
Sudip Bandyopadhyay and Nayana Bandyopadhyay at a road show
Innovative road show by a candidate
Padayatras are being taken out covering localities to convey the party’s message to the people.
A padayatra in Siliguri being attended by Gautam Deb
Street Corner Meetings
The candidates along with national level leaders from the party are holding street corner meetings to spread the message of development.
Chief Whip in WB Assembly, Sovandeb Chattopadhyay at a street corner meeting in South Kolkata
Wall Graffiti with the names of the candidates are displayed prominently in various wards after taking permission of the owner of the houses.
Wall graphitti in Behala
Banners and hoardings
Banners highlighting the achievements of KMC and other municipalities are displayed throughout the cities and towns.
A banner in north Kolkata
Manifesto and Pamphlets
Manifesto and pamphlets outlining achievements of KMC and other municipal boards are being distributed by the candidates themselves during door to door campaigning.
The Manifetso of the party
AITC has a strong presence in digital media. The party is using all mediums available online to spread the message of development and connect with voters.