Jamshedpur : Senior BJP leader and State BJP spokesperson Amarpeet Singh Kale today said that said that voted to power his party will work to revive sick industry in Jamshedpur. Addressing the media on the last day of campaigning he said that his party is concerned over the plight of the workers.
“ The present JVM MP Ajoy Kumar has failed in all areas. I assure the people that if voted to power we will bail out all the industries reeling under crisis. We have been advocating the theory of promoting SME’s and reviving all sick industries with a strong commitment to monitor the functioning of SME’s where Government and financial institutions have put their steps. SME’s must be put up in a remarkable area where Government will provide infrastructure. The most important factor is to create environment for attracting investment and looking back to the steps taken by the various government,” noted Kale.
He went on add that the nation is gripped with fervour of Modi wave no one can stop Narendra Modi from bring crowned as the PM of India. The senior leader said that the party is receiving overwhelming response in Jharkhand and all its candidates will win the polls.
Expressing confidence on the leadership of Narendra Modi, Das claimed that BJP will sweep on all the 14 Lok Sabha seats in Jharkhand. “I thing that binds the voters is Modi wave and there is no question of loosing as people want to Modi jee as the Prime Minister of the country”. He claimed that in all the 14 seats BJP is having an edge in compare to all the parties.
Straitening his guns on sitting JVM MP from Jamshedpur DR Ajoy Kumar, Kale alleged that he is known for showcasing ‘fake’ development card. “Dr Ajoy has been beating drums about achievements rather than focussing time in his constituency.
Kumar failed utilise his MP funds to deal with the problem rather but was rather busy begging to the corporate houses. Das also said that Dr Ajoy failed to fulfill all the promises he made during the time of Jamshedpur by election in 2011. The BJP leader claimed that the voters of Jamshedpur will teach him a lesson this time.