Food Minister flags off BJYM’s ‘Vikas Yatra’ rally in city
Jamshedpur: Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM), Jamshedpur Mahanagar unit, took out a bike rally in the city on Sunday to mark the completion of four years of Narendra Modi government.
State food minister Saryu Roy flagged off the rally titled as ‘Vikas Yatra’. Addressing the rally, he said the tenure of the Narendra Modi government will be known as the golden era of the modern India. He said the country had made developments by leaps and bounds in every direction. The Central and state governments had set new milestones of development in every field, he said.
Roy said the previous non-BJP governments had only exploited the nation and its people with the sole aim to grab power for their selfish motives. He said Modi government was filling the craters of corruption, poverty, unemployment and poor governance created in the 70 years before it came into power. He said the PM had faced tough challenges to again give India its place of pride on the world map.
The rally was led by the district BJYM president Amarjeet Singh Raja. It started at Ganesh Puja Maidan in Kadma and reached Dunlop Maidan in Burmamines through Bistupur, Jugsalai and Station Road. Hundreds of party members from different places participated in the event.
The rallyists were led by ‘Yojana Rath’, a publicity vehicle showcasing the achievements as well as the major development and welfare schemes of the Central government. Pictures and songs were used to catch the attention of commuters and onlookers. The bike-borne BJYM activists too, carried party flags and placards.
Among others present during the rally included district BJP president Dinesh Kumar, Jharkhand State Minority Commission vice president Dinesh Kumar, Khadi Board member Kulwant Singh Bunty, Chandrashekhar Mishra, Chitranjan Verma, Bari Murmu, Satyaprakash Singh, Dhruv Mishra, Shweta Kumari, Umesh Pandey, Kumaresh Upadhyaya, Ranjeet Pandey, Bijay Ojha, Ranjeet Upadhyaya and Manindra Mishra.