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We will bring state back on development trajectory: Sonowal

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  8 May 2016 12:00 AM GMT

By our Staff Reporter
GUWAHATI, May 7: BJP’s Chief Ministerial candidate Sarbanda Sonowal today appealed to all party leaders and workers in the State to work hard to bring the State back on development trajectory.
Sonowal said this at the poll preview meeting of the party at Shilpgram in the city today. He said: “The people of the State voted for a change against the 15-year-long corruption in the State during the Congress regime. It’s the turn of the BJP to bring the State back on the development trajectory by rising up to the expectations of the people of the State.”
Sonowal thanked all leaders of the party, including Prime Minister rendra Modi and tiol president Amit Shah, for helping the party in the State for campaign in the run-up to the Assembly election in Assam. He also thanked all State leaders of the party, including grassroots workers for their relentless efforts to make party candidates winners.
During the poll preview meeting, each and every local leader of the party and poll candidate gave details of performances of the party. The meeting has decided to provide further training to its polling agents on May 16 and 17 on counting of votes. The party has appointed observers against 89 LACs where the party fielded candidates in the recent Assembly election in the State. The preview meeting also announced the holding of the organizatiol elections of the party. From June 1 to 20, booth committees will be formed. It will be followed by the formation of mandal committees of the party from June 21 to 30 and district committees from July 1 to 10.
The meeting was attended, among others, by party candidates, state office-bearers, tiol general secretary Ram Madhab who was in charge of the poll in the State, secretary Ramlal, in-charge and secretary Mahendra Singh and party’s Northeast organizing secretary Jamwal.

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