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BJP’s Nagaland in-charge tours Mokokchung

By EMN Updated: Jul 17, 2017 11:06 pm
A glimpse from one of the events which the secretary, organization in-charge, of the state’s Ananta Narayan Mishra attended as part of his reported ‘mandal tour.’

Dimapur, July 17 (EMN): The secretary, organization in-charge, of Nagaland Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Ananta Narayan Mishra has concluded his ‘mandal tour’ which commenced on July 8 and culminated on the 14th, according to latest updates.
According to a press release from Lanuyanger, secretary of the Mokokchung district BJP unit, the tour started from 30th Alongtaki.
“During his visits to all the Mandals, Shri.Ananta Mishra challenged all the party workers on implementing ten points programme at the earliest,” the press release stated. Matters concerning the ‘district committees and booth-level committee formation’ were discussed during the programme, it was informed.
The organisation asserted that “he expressed clearly” that the BJP was ‘not against any particular religion.’ Rather, the party stands for the uplift of the public under the theme “development for all,” the press release asserted.
In the words of the press release: “Religion and politics should go parallel and should always stand for the welfare and benefit of the people. He also stated that the beef banned / cow slaughter controversy is just a mere propaganda and just to confuse the minds of the people.”
The press release claimed that the BJP leader was “very much concern about the condition of the road, electricity, healthcare, primary education and calls it a total system failure.” He called upon the people to “voice” against corruption, the statement explained. The only remedy to it all, the party claimed, is to ‘choose the right representatives in the coming 2018 general election.’
During his visit to various areas, the BJP leader visited “historical places,” the press release stated. ‘If voted to power in the 2018 general election he promised to develop all those places so as to preserve the history, culture and traditions of the Naga people,’ the party claimed.

By EMN Updated: Jul 17, 2017 11:06:47 pm