Saturday, 18 September 2021 | PNS | Dehradun
The Bharatiya Janata Party state election in-charge and Union minister Pralhad Joshi directed the party’s Assembly constituency in-charge to work with the aim of victory in more than 60 seats for the party.
Addressing a meeting of the party’s constituency in-charges here on Friday, Joshi said that they will ensure that the public reach of developmental works done by the Central Government under Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the state government. It is important to strengthen each booth from the electoral perspective and it is with this that the BJP will be elected to office again. Joshi further opined that the opposition is stumped at the rising popularity of PM Modi.
The opposition parties are consistently trying to build a negative atmosphere against the government. Considering this, the party’s Assembly in-charges have to be protected from Covid-19 and the political epidemic of the opposition, he said. He further said, “It is due to the policies of the BJP that more than one lakh fraudulent NGOs have closed down and more than five crore fake ration cards were caught. Stumped by such developments, the opposition is posing as a well wisher of the public and opposing the BJP with propaganda.” He advised that the party’s Panna Pramukhs should prepare an action plan for spreading the works of the Modi government in the past seven years to the public.
Chief minister Pushkar Singh Dhami said that the Assembly in-charges have always conducted political management successfully. He also appreciated the functioning of PM Modi and its impact. Election co in-charges RP Singh, Locket Chatterjee, BJP state president Madan Kaushik and other office bearers were also present on the occasion.