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Jamshedpur, Dec 1: BJP national executive president Jagat Prakash Nadda motivated party workers to achieve at least 50 per cent votes at weak booths in the upcoming polls on six Assembly constituencies of East Singhbhum on 7th December. He was addressing party workers of Jamshedpur East, Jamshedpur West, Seraikela and Kharsawan Assembly constituencies at a meeting held in a Sakchi hotel.
Nadda sought feedback from party workers on the current political environment in the state and also held direct conversation with them. He gave tips to party workers on winning the elections through effective booth management and strong campaigning.
Nadda said elections are not won on the strength of slogans alone, but effective strategy and its implementation is also must to do so. He asked party workers to intensify mass contact programme in their respective areas. He asked every worker to visit at least 50 households in the next four days and contact the voters directly at least twice with an appeal to cast their votes in BJP�s favour.
Nadda also reviewed preparations for the election programme of Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Gopal Maidan scheduled to be held on 3rd December.
Earlier, district BJP president Dinesh Kumar welcomed Nadda with a bouquet. The BJP leaders present on the occasion included Suresh Pujari, Subodh Singh Guddu, Uday Singhdeo, Chandrashekhar Mishra, Yogesh Malhotra, Mithilesh Singh Yadav, Amarjeet Singh Raja, Ankit Anand, Sanjeev Sinha, Ajay Rai and Bhupendra Singh.