Addresses party meeting at Chaibasa
Mail News Service
Jamshedpur, Feb. 5: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Tuesday asked BJYM activists of Singhbhum and Jamshedpur Parliamentary seats to ensure victory in all the 14 Lok Sabha seats in Jharkhand. He was addressing a huge rally at Singhbhum Sports Association Ground in Chaibasa to project BJP as an absolute winner in the state.
Khattar also asked workers to pull out all stops to ensure win in all the 14 Lok Sabha seats in the state. The function was also addressed by Singhbhum MP and BJP state president Laxman Gilua. Both the leaders attacked the opposition joining hands against BJP and described the Bengal developments as a bad precedence for the federal structure of the country. Manohar Lal Khattar arrived at the Sonari Airport in a state helicopter from Haryana and left for Chaibasa by road. He returned to Chandigarh today late afternoon.
“Our party gives equal importance to the promotion of youths. But for the young leaders it is important to be in disciplined. The future of the party depends on them and so they must unite to spread BJP’s message to fulfill the vision,” noted the Haryana Chief Minister. He observed that youths should take to politics to root out the three grave evils of caste, crime and corruption.
Khattar said that as BJP workers, youngsters with competence, character, commitment and compassion should serve the people and the country, should wage a battle to raise the standards of living of the people.
Gilua observed that the Raghubar Das led Government had fulfilled promises made by him at the time of elections.
“We are pleased that things have started improving. Our party’s efforts have yielded results and in the last four years the image of the state has improved. The effort to transform village administration through panchayats is also yielding positive results,” the Singhbhum parliamentarian said. He also thanked the people of Jharkhand for their support.
Party leaders also went on to add that the Government was now meeting people and seeking details of their aspirations and feedback on the Budget for the fiscal 2019-‘20. The Government wanted each and every person, right from the level of villages to come forward with their demands and accordingly the expert budget makers working for state government would be directed to allocate funds to meet their needs.