The Bharatiya Janata Party National General Secretary Ram Madhav, speaking about its progress and performance in Nagaland, says that the party has “taken strong roots all over Nagaland.” However, the party is yet to form its government in Nagaland and Madhav spoke about its aim in installing its own government in the state.
The National General Secretary said this during his visit to Nagaland for attending Bharatiya Janata Party’s 7th executive meeting at Town Hall Mokokchung. The party meeting was attended by delegates from all districts of Nagaland, state and central BJP leaders, and other BJP functionaries.
Madhav further asks the state BJP to “capture power to serve the people.” He also added that the performance of the party depends on the discipline and accountability of the party workers and said that the party ought to “grow through our performance.”
Mentioning the political upheaval taking place in Nagaland, Madhav said that the BJP is committed to settling the Naga political problem and is hopeful that a “solution will be found very soon.”
BJP’s commitment to the ENPO areas is also being recalled and mentioned by the General Secretary.
Nagaland BJP President and Minister for H&TE, Temjen Imna Along Longkumer said that the election of 12 BJP legislators is more like the “beginning of a new BJP” in Nagaland. Longkumer further encouraged the BJP functionaries for being active in the grassroots and declared that two new “political districts” of Aboi in Mon and Mangkolemba in Mokokchung are to be created.
Nagaland Deputy Chief Minister Y Patton also informed that the central government is willing to sanction funds for construction of express highways and railway from Thelma, Peren district to Tizit, Mon district but for that, all the affected districts have to provide NOCs.