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Jamshedpur, Nov 19: Chief Minister Raghubar Das advised BJP officebearers and workers to abstain from falling into controversies. He said the BJP need not resort to petty political means to ensure its victory. The party has reached its current stature by dint of right approach and hard work, he said.
Das said the party workers should stay on the path chosen by them and ensure that they do not lose patience or compromise with their dignity. He asked them to make no statements on provocation by Opposition parties. He said replying to Opposition allegations in anger may create further controversies.
The CM was speaking to party workers at the core committee meeting of Jamshedpur East Assembly constituency and all seven BJP Mandal units on Tuesday.
Das said the BJP had succeeded in forming strong and stable governments at Centre and Ranchi as a result of party workers� hard work and dedication. He said the strong BJP governments had abolished the system of middlemen and instead diverted benefits of all government schemes to the bank accounts of beneficiaries.
Das said the voters had reposed their faith in the BJP and put an end to dirty politics, indicating that the time of development politics has come.
�The state government has worked for the poor people, farmers and those deprived of benefits of government schemes in the last five years. This has given us the confidence to once again prepare for a stable and strong government in the state. This is why the party has set the goal of achieving over 65 seats in the state Assembly elections,� said Das.
The CM asked party workers to reach out to the people and inform them about the various welfare schemes started and implemented by the BJP government. He said the workers should focus on campaigning and not on the Opposition parties. He asked the workers to launch Ghar Ghar Raghubar programme from 21st November and continue it sincerely till 26th November. People should be informed about the Antyodaya goal set by the BJP, he said.
Das said the people should also be informed that the state government is planning to develop a system in the city under which all areas will get the same civic amenities with same quality of services. Dual system of amenities will be abolished, he said.
The meeting was attended by Dinesh Kumar, Kalyani Sharan, Gurdev Singh Raja, Pawan Agrawal, Sanjeev Singh, Kulwant Singh Bunty, Khemlal Choudhary, Mithilesh Singh Yadav, Gunjan Yadav, Appa Rao, Pravir Rana, Ramesh Nag, Pappu Mishra, Deepak Jha and Sriram Prasad.