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Jamshedpur, Nov 11: Thousands of BJP workers will accompany Chief Minister Raghubar Das on the day of filing nomination from Jamshedpur East on 18th November. They will escort the CM to Jamshedpur Collectorate where Das will be filing his nomination for the sixth consecutive time.
In view of the CM’s nomination programme, members of BJP Golmuri Mandal unit convened a meeting on Monday. The meeting was chaired by Probir Chatterjee Rana. Booth management issues were also discussed besides other poll related issues. Booth workers were motivated to ensure victory at every booth.
Rana said thousands of party workers will be present outside the Collectorate during the filing of nomination by the CM. He said the party workers were highly enthused after the party once again made Raghubar Das as its candidate from Jamshedpur East. He said the CM had done a lot for the development of his constituency and other constituencies across the state.
Minority Commission vice president Gurdev Singh Raja said the Opposition parties were claiming to be well-wishers of the people during election time. But the BJP has done the real ground work to win the elections, he said.
Those present at the meeting included Mithilesh Singh Yadav, Khemlal Choudhary, Dheeraj Paswan, Aseem Pathak, Ashok Bhatia, Umesh Singh, Appa Rao, Haldhar Shah, Prem Sagar Singh, Ranjeet Singh, Bunty Agrawal, Ashok Samant, Sheenu Rao, Pappu Upadhyaya, Deepak Mukherjee and Bijendra Singh.