The Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) has formed a "war room" in Hyderabad to come up with suitable strategies to win the upcoming elections.
According to sources, the war room will be planning and monitoring both the field and the digital campaigns. Over 100 people will be working round-the-clock in the war room and monitor the entire movement using technology. They will be designing and developing various channels like cartoons, posters and photographs to convey the message of the Congress to the voters.
The activities will comprise research teams collecting information at the village and the booth levels, and a project developer wing with five members studying the local issues in each of the 119 constituencies. Social media experts, designers, multimedia experts and content developers will then work to create the party's various strategies, and the policy-makers' department will inform the candidates of the public's priorities, and suggest new and effective ideas to the candidates.
Also, a two-member tracking wing in the war room will observe the election meetings of the opposition parties and generate content for the party's candidates against the opposition parties.
Mehroz Khan, AICC member in-charge of the war room, said that over the past six months the TPCC had researched extensively to understand the Telangana demography and its political developments holistically, and had come up with the centralized war room with the AICC's support. Khan said that they had done quantitative and qualitative analyses, and had understood each booth, the status of the party in the booth, and the overall political scenario and social issues.
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