BJP vowed on Wednesday to uproot the Congress from the Northeast in the next elections. Party general secretary Ram Madhav urged the workers to work hard to root out Congress in the next elections.
He was addressing the two-day session of the extended executive meeting of the party at Pasighat town in East Siang district. The BJP leader sought contribution from the party workers to enable the party to sweep the next elections in the state with cent percent victory.
Ram Madhav said BJP is not leader-centric but organization-centric party. He asked the party workers not to create conflict within the party for tickets to contest the election.
“We are eying to retain power at the centre in 2019 election under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership and celebrate the Platinum Jubilee of India’s Independence”, Ram Madhav said while exuding his hope to win 300 seats in the Lok Sabha elections.
According to Ram Madhav, Arunachal government led by Pema Khandu has been making all out efforts for development. “The per capita income of the frontier state has recorded remarkable increase to Rs 1.5 lakh under his leadership,” he said.
Addressing the party workers, BJP leader from Jammu & Kashmir Ajoy Jamwal urged the party workers to put attention on party activities rather than seeking power as elected leaders. “Allotment of party ticket depends on one’s activities in the party, wining prospects and disciplinary conducts, which is assessed by a high powered team comprising national leader, state presidents and chief ministers concerned,” he cleared.
Jamwal also suggested the party worker to pay door to door visit to woo the voters towards their party fold. He also urged them to organize ‘Beneficiary Sammelan’ in order to apprise them about various social welfare schemes initiated by the central and state governments.
Arunachal Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister also addressed the meeting and mobilsed the party workers to tighten their belt for the ensuing elections.
Among others, state BJP president Tapir Gao, former Arunachal Chief Minister Gegong Apang and host of ministers, MLAs and state council members besides district presidents, mandal presidents along with the executives have participated in the two-day meeting.