Brace up for Mission Repeat success: CM to BJP workers

Tribune News Service

Shimla November 26

The Himachal BJP will seek report cards from all MLAs on completion of four years in office and establish contact with beneficiaries of welfare schemes launched by the Centre and state governments, party in-charge for Himachal Avinash Rai Khanna today said while addressing the state working committee.

There is need to apprise the people of the development works done in each constituency and party workers, who are strength of the party, would be actively involved in the campaign, he added.

Mass contact programme is very important for getting feedback from the people in respect various programmes launched by the government and it would change the scenario and lay the foundation for the 2022 Assembly elections campaign, Khanna said.

Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur gave a clarion call to workers to tighten the belt to ensure success of Mission Repeat 2022 and said that party has seen many ups and downs and established its supremacy in the entire country.

Asserting the need for active participation of workers, the Chief Minister took the moral responsibility for the bypoll defeat. He said, "We should learn a lesson from the defeat and work more vigorously for strengthening mass contact".

National vice-president of the party Saudan Singh said that the tradition that the BJP and the Congress come to power alternately has to be broken and the BJP has to come to power in 2022. "Change does not come in five years but take a long time and we are talking of forming the government not for the next five years but for 25 years," he claimed.

Could not propagate govt policies at grass-roots level: Kashyap

  • BJP president Suresh Kashyap took the responsibility for the bypoll defeat. He said they could not propagate the government policies at the grass-roots level.
  • Party workers have to take welfare schemes to every household to strengthen the BJP, said former Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal.
  • Dhumal assured the party workers that they would be heard properly and taken along while forming the government in Himachal Pradesh in 2022.
Courtesy: Tribune News Service

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