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BJP Assam Survey Manifesto to Ensure Inclusive Growth: Union Minister Jitendra Singh | India News


NEW DELHI: Northeast Region Development Union Minister Jitendra Singh said Tuesday that the BJP manifesto for the upcoming Assam assembly elections would ensure the inclusive growth of the state while emphasizing its security, development and maintenance of their cultural identity.
The minister said in Guwahati: “The BJP electoral manifesto will ensure the inclusive growth of Assam with a focus on its security, development and cultural identity.”
One day when the BJP chairman released the party’s ‘Sankalp Patra’, Singh said that, under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, constant and diligent efforts were made to lift Assam from the long nightmare of insurgency and violence to which it the governments of the previous Congress had been launched. the state.
“Now that development activities have been implemented on a fast track, we are seeking a second term (in the state) to consolidate the gains from the last term and to embark on a quantum leap in growth,” said Singh, who is also the Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO).
He said that Assam is the gateway to the northeast and therefore would play a leading role in the future growth of India.
Voting in Assam will take place for 47 seats on March 27 in the first phase, while 39 and 40 electoral districts will go to the polls on April 1 and 6, respectively.
Singh said that the BJP leaders are not seasonal activists like those in Congress, who come here only during election time and go straight to the tea gardens for a Bollywood-like photo shoot and pose as supporters of the tea garden workers.
“We have been here on the ground and among the people 24×7 for 365 days for the last seven years since Narendra Modi took office as prime minister,” he said.
Singh, who is the co-head of the party for Assam, said that the BJP constantly interacts with ordinary people and even did so when it was not in power in the state.
“We have worked constantly, day and night, to earn the trust of the people,” he said.
“Even when we did not have our government in Assam, the BJP karyakartas would establish relief camps in times of floods or any other calamity,” he said, adding that “we have shared the concerns of ordinary people and also celebrate their joys.” ”.
(With contributions from the agency)

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