Youth leaders discuss election strategy at Jail Chowk
Mail News Service
Jamshedpur: State president of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha Amit Kumar Tuesday asked party’s youth members to induct more and more youths into the party. He was addressing BJYM members at a meeting held at Pundit Deendayal Bhavan near Jail Chowk.
He said the party should connect a maximum number of youths ahead of the upcoming elections in order to secure its victory. He said the party would identify talented youths of the city and honour them. From 15th to 20th January, the BJYM will induct new members on the premises of colleges. A large number of youths will be able to interact directly with the Jamshedpur MP and MLAs of East Singhbhum, he said.
The state BJYM president said the party would organize a host of events on the occasion of Youth Day on 12th January to mark the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda. Various sports events will also be held in all Mandal units of the party, he said.
Kumar said the new voters should be asked to take a pledge to cast their votes in favour of Narendra Modi. He said a state level convergence of youths will be witnessed in Ranchi on 17th February.
Also present on the occasion was the district BJYM president Amarjeet Singh Raja. He said the BJYM would launch ‘Mera Pehla Vote Modi Ko’ campaign to request voters to cast their vote in favour of BJP candidates. Voters of the age group 18 to 23 years would be focused under the campaign, he said.
Among others present at the meeting included state BJYM vice president cum in-charge of Jamshedpur Abhishek Singh, Prem Jha, Lalit Ranjan Mishra, state general secretary Gunjan Yadav and state office in-charge Srinivas.