BJP Minority Morcha kicks off outreach programme in Tangla
The outreach event will assess the familes on both social and political front and express their views on the governance of the present government
TANGLA: As part of BJP's vision and Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma and Assam BJP President Bhabesh Kalita's call to engage with cross section of society including religious minorities on social and political matters, the Assam BJP Minority Morcha have kicked off its outreach programme from Darrang district on Saturday. According to reports, the event which will cover the length and breadth of the state will continue till February 10 wherein the minority wing leaders will meet and interact with minority families whose wards have been selected for various government jobs ranging from Grade 3 and Grade 4 to the elite Assam Civil Services.
The outreach event will assess the familes on both social and political front and express their views on the governance of the present government along with learning their grievances and suggestions towards the government. Talking to The Sentinel, Assam BJP Minority Morcha President, Santiuse Kujur said, "As per the call of BJP State president and Assam Chief Minister we have started the outreach event from Darrang and reached a number of families and aim to reach atleast 4,000 minority families till February 10 across the State." "We are aimed at bringing a social transformation to the cross section of the society so that every stakeholders of the society are taken into confidence and a holistic growth is witnessed," said Assam BJP Minority Morcha general secretary, Mustaquddin Ahmed.
Kujur accompanied by Assam BJP Minority Morcha general secretary and vice president Mustaquddin Ahmed and Tabibur Rahman respectively along with BJP Minority Morcha Darrang chapter president and vice president, Abu Taleb Ahmed and Debabrat Dutta visited a number of families including guardians of ACS Jebin Gulnar, TET qualified candidate, Iftikar Awal Ahmed and felicitated them with a phulam gamocha each. The delegation also communicated with the guardians to learn their socio-economic conditions and assess their views and suggestions on the government.