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BJP’s national working president reiterates winning more than 65 seats in the assembly elections
Chaibasa, Sept. 20: Poll bound BJP’s national working president J P Nadda on Friday reiterated that the party will win more than 65 seats in the assembly elections in the State and for this the party workers need to focus on better booth management. He was addressing Shakti Kendra and Booth Sammelan organised by BJP at Football Ground in Chaibasa.
“The party workers should target the grass root level. They need to ensure that every vote goes in favour of BJP. For this they need to focus on the ground level. Rather than looking up we need to focus on the ground level,” stated Nadda.
He went on to add that the State government and the organisation of the BJP are moving forward rapidly and the people will bless them with 65-plus seats. The party workers must also educate voters about development work done by the party both in Centre and State level.
Praising Chief Minister Raghubar Das, Nadda said the state government is working towards the welfare of the people and implementing schemes with responsibility and transparency. He appreciated the initiative undertaken by Das in implementing various schemes.
He also said that Modi’s victories in 2014 and 2019 are a rejection of the vote bank and caste politics. Nadda asked BJP workers to focus on strengthening the party at the booth level.
Latter addressing Nav Matdata Sammelan at Town Hall in Seraikela, the working president asked BJP party workers to ensure that government schemes are implemented efficiently.
Nadda said that the Modi Government is dedicated towards development of State with special focus on rural areas. He said that the people will reap the benefits of the several welfare schemes is Government’s priority.
Significantly, out of the 12 assembly seats in Kolhan, six seats are with JMM, one each with Congress and Ajsu (in NDA) while BJP has four.
The BJP leader gave statistics to prove his point, “We had a membership strength of 11 crore but in a span of 54 days we have added 7 crore new member and today our membership strength has increased to 18 crore.”
Terming abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir as a bold move by the Prime Minister, Nadda said, “The booth level workers should highlight the bold decision taken by Prime Minister especially abrogation of Article 370 which has opened up wings of development in the valley and dealt a decisive blow to terrorism and secessionist forces in Kashmir.”
Over 4000 booth level workers from three districts of West Singhbhum, East Singhbhum and Seraikela-Kharsawan, which fall under the Kolhan division attended the meeting aimed at increasing BJP fortune in the 12 assembly seats of Kolhan division.