Jamshedpur : The stage is all set for the three-day convention of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) from April 16 to 18 at Gopal Maidan, Bistupur.
Over 3000 delegates including top party leaders from Jharkhand and other parts of the country will take part in the conference, where issues such as prevailing political scenario of the country and state would be deliberated upon, among other.
Apart from organisational elections, the conference will discuss on crucial issues such as Land Acquisition Act, Domicile policy, displacement etc and chalk out future course of action, JMM General Secretary Suprio Bhattacharyya said. JMM Supremo Sibu Soren, former Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren, Senior party leader Champai Soren will take part in the conference, Bhattacharyya, who is also the spokesman of the party, added.
Party Chief Shibu Soren, former Chief Minister Hemant Soren and other top shots in the party like Supriyo Bhattacharya, Stephen Marandi, Mathura Mahto, Jagannath Matho will participate in the conference.
Sources in the party also confirmed that during the meeting strategy will be frame against the Land Acquisition Bill.
The party will also take decision on the central committees. A proposal has been made to minimize the structure of central committees as well as working committee of the party on which the party will take decision during the conference at Jamshedpur.
With an aim to regain its lost sheen in the Kolhan division due to rising differences between leaders and workers, JMM is geared up to mobilise workers and voters with a �show of strength�.
The party has resolved to get close to the cadres and also to the masses. As part of its strategy to woo all sections of the society, the party, to begin with, has taken an initiative to bridge the gap between the opinion makers and industrialists, among others.
�The perception that JMM is only for the indigenous sections of the Jharkhand state is incorrect. The upcoming session shall aim to break this perception and make a bid to incorporate the vast majority of the people (primarily Bihari voters) residing in the district (and elsewhere in the state), �said a leader The senior party leader also said that in the months ahead such interaction sessions shall take place in all the 24 districts of the state.