By our Staff Reporter
GUWAHATI, Oct 3: The BJP Assam Pradesh is going to hold its executive meeting at Rangiya on October 8 in the presence of state president of the party Sarbanda Sonowal. On the eve of the State executive meeting, the party is going to hold two important meetings in Guwahati on October 4 – one in the morning with all district presidents and the other in the evening with all party office bearers.
According to sources in Atal Bihari Vajpayee Bhavan, the executive meeting is set to discuss issues like the two by-elections – Lakhimpur Lok Sabha seat and Baithalangshu LAC.
Since party president Amit Shah openly showered praise on State Chief Minister Sarbanda Sonowal for his government’s performance in four months, including his visit to the intertiol border and the eviction drive carried out in the KNP, the State executive committee of the party is going to offer thanks to Sonowal.
State BJP’s general secretary and Rangiya MLA Bhabesh Kalita is upbeat for the State executive committee meeting of the party being held in his constituency. He said: “Various issued have been lined up for discussion at the meeting. The performance of the State Government being led by the BJP will come up for a review. The government is working in accordance with the vision document of the party. The Prime Minister’s ‘Sabke Saarth, Sabke Vikash’ and the State Chief Minister’s slogan of ‘going ahead by taking all along’ are reflected in the activities of the party-led government at Dispur. The good show by the four-month-old government at Dispur has worried the corrupt Congress. It’s this government that has dismantled check-gates and syndicates, put an end to corruption and is working hard to bring about transparency in the administration.”
Meanwhile, DoNER Minister Jitendra Singh today visited Atal Bihari Vajpayee Bhavan in the city and held a meeting with all the State presidents of the party in the north-eastern States. He sought the views of the State presidents of the party on the government schemes in their respective States.