Union Minister attends BJP’s booth empowerment workshop in Seraikela
Mail News Service
Seraikela, March 12: Union Tribal Affairs Minister Arjun Munda Sunday said the BJP believed in nation building and not just government formation. He said the party was keen on strengthening India and ensuring inclusive growth through ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas’.
Munda, while addressing a booth empowerment workshop of BJP workers at Utkalmani Adarsh Pathagar in Seraikela, said, the Central government was keen on bringing each and every Adivasi to the social mainstream. He said the Adivasi girls of the state selected by multinational companies were efficiently handling office work now. He said Rojgar Melas (job fairs) would be organized in the coming days in Seraikela and other parts of the state for the welfare of local tribal youths.
Munda appealed to party workers to be alert and get connected to the people of their areas. “The party workers should know about the needs and aspirations of the people. They should know about the education and food related needs of people. They will have to ensure that the people get the benefits of various welfare schemes being run by the Central government,” he said.
Munda inaugurated the joint workshop of the twin Assembly constituencies of Seraikela and Kharsawan. District BJP president Vijay Mahato welcomed him.
The Union Minister said the party workers should remain digitally updated and aware at grassroots level. “Public aspirations have gone up and now we need to refine ourselves to utilize the available resources. We should be alert as the elections are round the corner,” he said.
Munda said the next Rojgar Mela would be held in Simdega. He said the Centre was making sincere efforts to bring Adivasis to the mainstream.
Many senior party leaders were present during the workshop.