BJP’s top priority is development: Ajay Jamwal


Dimapur, July 28: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Unit Nagaland has its first joint meeting of the new Office bearers and the frontal chiefs in presence of North East Organizing Secretary, Ajay Jamwal today at Party Head Office, Kohima which was chaired by the State President, Along Imna Temjen.
Addressing the meeting Ajay Jamawal said that BJP is the strongest political party in the country having with its membership more than 11 crores and its top priority is development i.e., ‘Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas ( Inclusive growth for all ) keeping in mind the basic human requirements such as food ,clothing and shelter through the government with commitment.
He said BJP’s top priority is to bring development to the unreached grassroots levels without any bias, to all sections of the people in an inclusive manner and it has nothing to do with religion but committed to development agendas only.
He further stated that India being a vast country with diverse cultures, the party believes in the slogan “Unity in diversity”.
“We respect all religions & cultures and together with all, we want to build India in to strong and developed country under the dynamic leadership of the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi who has been working hard for 18 hours in a day to fulfill this mission by 2022,” Jamwal said.
He directed the party to strengthen its organization at all levels starting from state executive to district to mandal executives and up to local committees, besides the frontals, cells and the departments.
The State office bearers and the frontal chiefs are also given books on NDA 4 years achievements under Modi to be distributed to imminent personalities of the State within 30 days and submit the completion report of “Saaf Niyat Sahi Vikas” to the head office through the Secretary Organization, Ananta Mishra.
On July 27, on his arrival from Guwahati, Ajay Jamwal addressed the BJP legislators and July 28 morning paid a courtesy visit to the Chief Minister of Nagaland, Neiphiu Rio at his official residence at Kohima. (Page News Service)