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Political Research Being a New Trend for Political Parties to get adviced on ticket Seekars and Rivals

Political Research Being a New Trend for Political Parties to get adviced on ticket Seekars and Rivals

Political parties keep a private eye to advise on ticket seekers and rivalsNEW DELHI: As political parties learn to set up central war-rooms in their headquarters  during elections to civic bodies, state assemblies or theLok Sabha, they are increasingly depending on private detective agencies to collect and collate data in order to gauge people's mood, select prospective candidates and know rival strategies.
Sniffing a business opportunity, private players have come up with specialised services of providing ground report to political leaders. The concept of 'political intelligence' that emerged in 2004-05 is fast gaining currency where private intelligence firms are hired to seek credible information about candidates seeking party ticket or obtain information about the party's policies and their assessment about the identified political leaders of their own party in their areas of influence.



Our Director Mr Vivek Singh Bagri Interview Published on TimesOfIndia and Economic Times

Following lines were published for our company Leadtech Management Consulting, Our Director and our election related portal infoelections.com
||Services provided by the intelligence firms are different from what the general marketing or political research companies, who conduct pre-poll and exit polls jointly with media houses, do. "
We conduct multiple-surveys at the grass root level and collect every minute detail,"||  said Vivek Bagri, chairman of Infoelection Leadtech. Infoelection Leadtech was established in 2008 and has been in this business for over a Decade now. They are primarily into political research and electoral intelligence gathering via booth-level analysis of voter's sentiments about the party and the candidates.


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Article on Times Of India:  http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2012-04-05/news/31294358_1_detective-agencies-private-detective-kunwar-vikram-singh

Article on Economic Times:http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Political-parties-keep-a-private-eye-to-advise-on-ticket-seekers-and-rivals/articleshow/12543109.cms


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