Giridih, Jul 30: In a major announcement before setting on course for
the mission 2019 the BJP has announced that it would not come to the
people asking for votes if power is not provided in all the homes of
the state by the year 2018.
It was also decided that the meeting of the next working committee of
the party would be held on October 29 and 30 in Deoghar. In its
political proposal the party patted the back of the central and the
state government. Chief Minister Raghubar Das said that BJP was also
in favour of liquor ban and this year 300 less shops would be opened
and in a planned manner these shops would be closed. He also called
upon the people to be aware towards ill effects of liquor consumption
and announced that every village which is liquor free would be given
an award of Rs 1 lakh.
As part of the preparations for Mission 2019 the party has already
announced its target to capture 60 plus seats in the assembly polls
while it was eyeing to capture the all 14 Lok Sabha polls. The party
would organize a huge rally on September 15 in Ranchi in which several
union ministers would be participating. The party has set a target to
attract a crowd of one lakh for the event and on the occasion of
completion of 1000 days in rally a massive rally would be held in
Dumka on September 22 during which the achievements of the central and
the state government would be informed.