Agartala, June 6 : Bharatiya Janata Party is preparing to celebrate the first 100 days of its government which falls on June 16 in Tripura in befitting manner in which reaching out to the people will get the topmost priority. The decision was taken in a meeting of the BJP core committee headed by Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb who is also the state president of the party.
As per the programme, party leaders will go on a door to door mission to hear what people are thinking about the government and to disseminate to message of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi about their welfare. The leaders also will hear the grievances of the public and will report to the party.
Pratima Bhaumik, general secretary of the BJP state committee said 160 party leaders including the ministers, MLA’s and port folio holders in the party has been entrusted to undertake this task. All of them will contact at least 25 people between June 6 and 11.
Chief Minister himself inaugurated this Janasamparka Abhijan from Dhaleswar area under Banamalipur constituency from where he was elected. Large number of people accompanied him while he was visiting one after another house.
Various cells of the party also has been activated to make this Janasamparka Abhijan a success and each of the are organizing separate program. Pratima Bhaumik said the a meeting of the Mahila Morcha has decided to enlarge their activities and to engage one women in every booths to keep contact with the locals and to know about the specific problems women are facing.
Ashok Sinha, head of the party’s intellectual cell, said they are organizing intellectuals meet in every sub-division and trying to take feedback from the leading personalities of the society. He said all these programmes are getting huge response from the people.