Bharatiya Janata Party to Go for no Alliance Before the Legislative Assembly Elections in Arunachal Pradesh
In a decision to fight the Legislative Assembly elections alone to be held next year, the Bharatiya Janata party in Arunachal Pradesh has announced that it will not go for any alliance before the poll in the state.
Announcing this, BJP State Unit President Tapir Gao told the media, “We will not go for any pre-poll alliance with any party but will contest the election on our own.” The party leader unveiled this after a meeting of the party MLAs with BJP national general secretary (Organisation) and in charge of North East Ajay Jamwal in the Assembly premises in Arunachal Pradesh.
The of North East in-charge Ajay Jamwal had arrived at Arunachal Pradesh from New Delhi along with Gao and Chief Minister Pema Khandu. Jamwal is on a three-day visit to the state.
While speaking to the reporters, Gao also let the media know that the Arunachal Assembly elections will be held simultaneously with the Lok Sabha elections early next year. As the state Chief minister Prema Khandu had suddenly flown to the country capital leaving skipping the assembly session of the state, the reporters raised a question on the matter to Gao. Reply to this Gao said that the CM and other chief ministers of BJP-ruled states were summoned by central leadership in New Delhi for putting their views on the party’s position in their respective states along with discussing other developmental issues.
He further informed that the Party President is content with the performances showed by the Arunachal Pradesh government and have also, appreciated it as the best-performing state in the region in terms of implementing central flagship programmes.