NALBARI, March 11 - The Nalbari LAC Committee of BJP organised a workers meet at Gurdon HS School playground on Saturday to gear up the workers for the ensuing Panchayat election. Addressing the workers, the state president of BJP, Ranjit Dass said that the change of development which was assured in the election manifesto by the BJP, has already started which is visible in every nook and corner of the State.
�The people must wait at least one more year to see the changes made by the present government�, he added. Dass also claimed that the BJP Government has been able to uproot corruption in the State which is a positive sign as far as development is concerned. �Our recruitment process is fully transparent, and therefore, job seekers do not require to meet their respective MLAs for their jobs,� he claimed.
The State BJP chief is also optimistic about the ensuing panchayat election. �We will be able to produce fair results in the panchayat elections because the present government has started people-friendly programmes, so we will fight alone instead of forging alliance or any seat sharing arrangements with other political parties,� Dass informed. Speaking at the meeting, the MLA of Nalbari LAC, Ashok Kumar Sarma said that the BJP will be able to give good results in the Panchayat election in Nalbari LAC. He added that the State�s law-and-order situation is absolutely normal. Citing an example, he said that now-a-days people can move freely without any fear and that is possible due to an peaceful ambience.
Sarma called upon the people of his constituency to extend their cooperation to carry out the developmental works smoothly. �The State government and the Centre have already launched a slew of schemes for the benefit of the poor people and now our people can avail these schemes,� he said.
The meeting was presided over by Bandip Deka, president of Nalbari district committee of BJP. The workers meeting was addressed among others by Ramen Deka, MP of Mangaldoi Lok Sabha Constituency and Pulak Gohain, general secretary of the State BJP. About 15,000 party workers took part in the meeting.