CM gives lessons to party workers, addresses part meeting at Chaibasa
Jamshedpur / Chaibasa : CM Raghubar Das on Friday gave lessons on better governance to the BJP party workers. He was addressing the party workers meeting at Chaibasa. He asked party leaders to refrain from indulging in ‘self-goals’ and support the administration carry development work. A total of 240 party workers attended the five hour long meeting. Das was accompanied by State president Laxman Gilua and other leaders.
He asked BJP party workers to ensure that government schemes are implemented efficiently. He directed BJP workers to give feedback about the implementations of the welfare schemes meant for the poor.
“We need to work at grass root level and spread party’s vision. Our Government will ensure that the development work is carried smoothly. However, if they find any irregularities they can raise their voice,” said Das.
The Chief Minister of Jharkhand Raghubar Das said that the Government is dedicated towards development of State with special focus on rural areas. He said that the people will reap the benefits of the several welfare schemes is his Government’s priority.
Das said the government would work efficiently in bringing speedy development, providing basic amenities and improving policing. He also said that ensuring corruption free governance is his foremost priority.
The Chief Minister also motivated the workers to get ready for next election. He deliberated minutely on issues pertaining to the strengthening of the booth committees.“
Our party too gives equal importance to the promotion of youths. But for the young leaders it is important to be in discipline while in the party. The future of the party depends on them so they must unite to spread BJP’s message to fulfill the vision,” noted the Chief Minister. He observed that youths should take to politics to root out the three grave evils of caste, crime and corruption.
Addressing the gathering Giluathat Ragubar Das led Government started fulfilling promises made by him at the time of elections.
“Our party’s efforts have yielded results and in the last few years the image of the state has improved. The effort to transform village administration through panchayats is also yielding positive results,” he said.