Work in sync with Dispur: Dass
By our Staff Reporter
GUWAHATI, April 29: BJP Assam Pradesh president Ranjit Kumar Dass has appealed to his team to gird up their loins to work in sync with the government at Dispur in all spheres, including solution to the foreigner problem in the State by taking the Assam Accord as the base document so as to secure the future of the Assamese.
Dass addressed all party leaders and cadres at its first executive committee meeting at Rang Bhawan at Maligaon in the city today. He reminded of his party colleagues that the forthcoming panchayat poll and the election to the Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council (KAAC) are the immediate major political events that will evaluate the organizatiol strength of the party before the next Lok Sabha election. Dass spelt out the party’s political, economic and organizatiol issues.
Party general secretary Dilip Saikia, on the other hand, said: “The people of the State are still ignorant of various popular schemes of the government. Dispur found few takers for the assistance given to cancer patients. This doesn’t mean that the number of such patients is nil in the State. The ground reality is such that such patients and their relatives are not aware of the scheme. This amply makes it clear that we need to make the schemes taken by the government popular among the target beneficiaries.”
The meeting hailed the State Government’s steps taken to put an end to corruption. The party resolved to work in sync with the government to put an end to corruption without compromise of any sort. It hailed Dispur for working in accordance with the BJP’s poll promises. It pledged that the foreigner problem in the State would be solved by taking Assam Accord as the base document. The tripartite talks involving the Centre, the State Government and leaders of the AASU is a step towards the right direction, the meeting felt.
On the economic front, the party welcomed the steps taken by Dispur to strengthen the economy of the State that had been at its dir during the past 15-year-rule by the Congress. “We’re here to help the government in implementing its various schemes for the development of the State,” the meeting pledged.
The meeting also empowered Dass to form the remaining committees of the party – the election committee, the party discipliry committee, the fince committee and the core committee. He was also empowered to reform the district and mandal committees of the party as and when the need arises.
Along with the 19 departments the party has, the meeting decided to form another department with the me and style skill development.
While party vice president Bimal Aswal deliberated on the political resolution, vice president Lanki Phanso deliberated on the economic resolution, party’s Northeast organizatiol secretary Ajay Jamwal spelt out the activities of the party morchas, departments and projects and general secretary Mrigangko Barman deliberated on the organizatiol resolution.
The meeting had a discussion on the observance of the birth centery of Pandit Dindayal Upadhyay.
At the executive meeting held in the afternoon, Chief Minister Sarbanda Sonowal was also present, apart from tiol BJYM president Pum Mahajan and Jamwal. All party MPs, ministers and MLAs of the State were also present.