Champai gives success mantra to grand alliance workers, asks them to work together

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Jamshedpur: JMM candidate from Jamshedpur Champai Soren on Wednesday gave success mantra to party workers belonging to grand alliance. The meeting was held Tilak Pustakalaya in which leaders of JMM, JVM, Congress and RJD.   He said that the party workers need to be prepared for the elections. Jamshedpur is an important seat.

 “Youths are the future of the country and we need to touch them . Our party too gives equal importance to the promotion of youths. But for the young leaders it is important to be in discipline while in the party. The future of the party depends on them so they must unite to spread JMM party’s message to fulfill the vision,” noted Soren.

He noted that as party workers youngsters, with competency, character, commitment and compassion to serve the people and the country, should wage a battle to raise the standards of living of the people.

He appealed to the workers to educate voters about the failures of Government in the Centre. “ NDA has failed to launch welfare schemes in the country and people are suffering . We need to educate the voters about the steps taken by the government,” he said.

He further asked said that the JMM members must shed factional behaviour if they want to ensure progress of the state and the party in Jharkhand. He said that fighting as one disciplined team was critical to ensure electoral win in the state.

Another JMM leader said that the meeting focussed on ways to mobilise the voters in party’s favour. He said that the idea is to associate with the workers and spread party’s

vision in the State.

He noted that it is a final call and infighting has to end to achieve the goal. “It is important to work with utmost commitment to live up to the expectation of the people of Jharkhand. It is time party people must wake up,” he noted.

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