Jamshedpur, Nov 13: The upcoming assembly elections in the state will decide the fate of Jharkhand. The vision that former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Lal Krishna Advani had for Jharkhand during the formation of the state in 2000 is still incomplete due to political instability.
This time the people of the state are in a mood to give Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) full majority and will form the government in the state, said Raghubar Das, BJP MLA and the party candidate from Jamshedpur East talking to the media persons after filing his nomination before SDO Prem Ranjan on Thursday.
On asked about the owner ship rights to the resident of bustis, Das said if BJP gets full majority and forms a government in the state the issue will be solved within three months. BJP national vice president said when the party was in power the issue of Cable Company which is shut down from last 12 years was taken to the final stage and the case is pending in the court. A fast development work would be witnessed soon after a new majority government of BJP was installed following the five-phase assembly poll and all the people-oriented issues pending for years would also be addressed, he said.
BJP would not leave any stone unturned to implement Modi’s vision and Amit Shah’s strategy to achieve rapid development, Das said adding that the party was contesting the poll in collective leadership. Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led Union Government has not only accorded Jharkhand in the priority list of development but also committed to provide its due right to the state, he added.
Senior BJP leader further informed that in a democracy public representative has a great significance and its his responsibility to provide the people with all the basic necessities and most importantly to provide self employment and empowerment to the women and by far we have tried to create the same. As election is round the corner people of the state are with the BJP. He appealed the voters to cast their vote were Jamshedpur MP Vidhyut Varan Mahato along with several party workers and activists were present.