Jamshedpur: East Singhbhum district committee of Bharatiya Janata Party here on Sunday set a target of achieving 60 plus score in the next Assembly elections in the state.
The party leaders appealed to BJP workers to focus on achieving the target by reaching out to the common man and informing the people of the state about the achievements of Raghubar Das-led government in Jharkhand.
The Mission 60 plus was announced by the state BJP president Laxman Gilua at the meeting of the district working committee of BJP organized at Tetla Guesthouse in Potka.
Gilua called on the party workers to get into action mode for the 2019 elections. He said the BJP had taken a pledge to free the state of parties bearing ‘Jharkhand’ in their names and make the party’s campaign to free the country of the Indian National Congress.
“Party workers should work in a planned manner and inform the common man about the public welfare schemes. They should meet the people directly and also try to resolve their issues proactively so that ground work is done for the elections,” Gilua said.
Gilua lashed out Opposition parties for spreading negative message on the amendments in the CNT and SPT laws.
The meeting was presided over by the district president Dinesh Kumar. It started with garlanding of a portrait of Bharat Mata and the party’s founders and ideologues. State BJP Mahila Morcha secretary Reeta Mishra and president Neeru Singh sang Vande Mataram before the beginning of the meeting.
Various issues were discussed at the meeting. They chiefly included ownership right for the 86 bustis of the city, action against private schools on exorbitant fee hike and curtailment in manpower in private3 companies in the name of VRS.
During the meeting, district BJP president announced to divide the Sakchi unit of BJP into two units namely, Sakchi East and Sakchi West.
Also present at the meeting was Potka MLA Menka Sardar. She appealed to party workers to work on the targets set by the party for the elections.
State BJP spokesperson Rajesh Shukla said the party workers were the backbone of the organization. He appealed to party officials to induct more and more fulltime party workers.
Among those present at the meeting included State Minority Commission Gurdev Singh Raja, Jharkhand State Women’s Commission chairperson Kalyani Sharan, Rambabu Tiwary, Kulwant Singh Bunty, Navneet Singh, Sanjay Singh, Kamlesh Singh, Anil Modi, Chandrashekhar Gupta and Ramesh Singh.