Jamshedpur: Buoyed by the overwhelming response to Narendra Modi’s ‘Vijay Sankalp’ rally the BJP today took out Abhar Yatra (thanksgiving rally), which was led by BJP legislator and former speaker C P Singh to thanks supporters for its success.
BJP PM candidate Narendra Modi’s ‘Vijay Sankalp’ rally was held on December 29 at Ranchi and witnessed huge crowd.
BJP state spokesperson, Amarpreet Singh Kale, former state party president Dineshanand Goswami and C. P Singh gathered at Sakchi roundabout and thanked the people.
Singh said that the party is overwhelmed with the tremendous response to the rally. The party has organised different events to thank the people of Jharkhand for their support to the rally. He said price rise and corruption would be the key issues in the Lok Sabha election.
He claimed that people of the country want Modi to be the PM and no forces can stop him.
He stated that BJP is the party that can give a stable and performing government in Centre as well as in the State. Party’s policies are pro-public and people will witness the changes.
“The historic rally of Modi in Ranchi gave a clear indication that the people of Jharkhand want a change in State and Centre too.
The rising popularity has sent shivers to Congress Party and the leaders have nothing but to malign the BJP leaders. We want to thank people for their support,” noted Kale.
He further said that the party workers have to work as a team if they want to rule in the Centre. “People are annoyed with UPA’s reign in centre and want stable government in Jharkhand and what better way to bring change,” noted the spokesperson.
However, during the drive traffic constables deputed to regulate traffic had tough time to manage the vehicles. People faced harrowing time. “The BJP has taken permission from district administration for the rally. We have to manage the traffic with little of difficulty,” said traffic DSP R. M Sinha.
BJP East Singhbhum district president Raj Kumar Srivastava though admitted of the traffic jam near Sakchi roundabout during their rally but said that they had no option as they have informed the administration.