BJP sounds election bugle, vows to uproot Congress from state

PASIGHAT, Oct 10: The extended executive body meeting of the State BJP here on Wednesday virtually sounded election bugle for the ensuing Lok Sabha and Assembly polls and vowed to root out Congress completely from the state and the Northeast.
Attending the meeting, BJP National General Secretary Ram Madhav called upon the party workers to gear up activities to root out Congress from the state.
Stating that the party workers should not create internal conflict seeking ticket to fight elections, he sought contribution from each and every party worker to help the party make a clean sweep of the forthcoming elections in the state.
“We are eyeing to regain power in the Centre in 2019 election under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership,” he said.
He asserted that BJP will capture 300 seats in 2019 parliamentary election and form the government for the second consecutive time.
Ram Madhav, who also is the party’s in-charge for Northeastern states, hailed Arunachal Pradesh government led by Chief Minister Pema Khandu for making all out efforts for the development of the state.
“The per capita income of the state has increased to Rs 1.5 lakh during his tenure,” he said.
Addressing the party workers, national 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 is fully based on winability factor,'”Jamwal said, exhorted the party workers to organize ‘Beneficiary Sammelan’ in order to make the people aware about various social welfare schemes initiated by the Central and State governments.
The Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein also spoke and asked the party workers to tighten their belts for the ensuing elections.
State BJP president Tapir Gao, former Chief Minister Gegong Apang, BJP State Council Members, host of ministers and MLAs, party leaders and workers attended the meeting.