By Staff Reporter
PASIGHAT, Oct 10: The BJP will ride back to power after next election by forming elected BJP Govt under the leadership of Chief Minister Pema Khandu, Arunachal Pradesh in state by said national BJP GS (NE and J&K in-charge) Ram Madhav said in his address to two-day extended state BJP executive meeting here on Wednesday.
Madhav told large number of BJP workers from across the state that presently modified BJP Govt is ruling which will change soon by forming pure BJP Govt. However, it calls for forming strong organization up to boot level, he said.
Exhorting party workers to set target to win state’s both MPs and 60 MLA seats in 2019 election, he said that it would be possible when all work actively in an organized manner by following party ideology and maintaining discipline leading to end of Congress in North East.
The central BJP is targeting 2022 to provide house to all homeless, job to all jobless youth and make India free from dieses through health insurance schemes, he announced and claimed that out of 14 lakh state population 3 lakh families have been availing benefits of GoI schemes, launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Appreciating Pema Khandu-led BJP Govt for initiating many development activities within a short time, he said that the GoAP is expediting development, but the process would accelerate once state’s huge natural, particularly hydropower resources are tapped.
He informed that The GoI would soon announce good projects for NE, Madhav added.
BJP GS (NE organization in-charge) Ajay Jamwal exhorted all to be mentally ready for ensuing general elections and create strong make BJP base at boot level by their committed works, instead of anticipating party ticket only. Highlighting various schemes launched by BJP Govt, he suggested the workers, especially of block level to meet every beneficiary, give awareness and collect details.
State BJP president Tapir Gao advised to maintain party discipline without playing narrow politics but rise above relation for the party as BJP is not run by relatives. He asked them to ensure that the Govt benefits reach the needy and deserving ones.