Jharkhand CM Raghubar Das advises BJP workers to plan in advance to meet targets, make BJP 'invincible'
Jharkhand chief minister Raghubar Das on Sunday advised party workers to plan well in advance to achieve the desired target and make the BJP 'invincible'
Jamshedpur: Jharkhand chief minister Raghubar Das on Sunday advised party workers to plan well in advance to achieve the desired target and make the BJP "invincible".
Addressing the BJP’s East Singhbhum District Executive Committee meeting at Sriram Mandir hall in Telco on Sunday, Das said people’s faith on the functioning of the state government has enhanced, while seeking the suggestions of the party workers for making the government more accountable.
Das assured entertaining good suggestions in this regard, according to a BJP press release.
Exhorting the party leaders and activists for constructive politics, the chief minister said there is no reason to be perturbed about criticism but there is a need to plan in advance to ensure that the organisation becomes invincible.
Das said party workers, particularly Mandal Committee presidents and spokesman of the party, should be thoroughly aware of government schemes.
Emphasizing the need for cleanliness drive, he directed the party workers to ensure that the benefits of government schemes such as Ujawala, Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, severe diseases treatment scheme should reach bonafide beneficiaries.
Earlier, the chief minister unveiled the bust of Sister Nivedita in the premises of Sister Nivedita High School in Burmamines.
Speaking at the function organized by Ramkrishna Mission Vivekananda Society, Das highlighted how Sister Nivedita was inspired by Swami Vivekananda and made her “Karm Bhoomi” (place of service) in India.
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