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People’s trust is key pillar for BJP’s grassroots growth:CM

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Agartala : Chief Minister Prof. Dr. Manik Saha on Sunday said that the people’s trust is one of the key pillars to further strengthening Bharatiya Janata Party at the grassroots level and urged the Karyakartas to reach out to the maximum number of people in achieve the goal of Sampark Se Samarthan.

 

Dr. Saha said this while addressing representatives during a workshop organized by Tripura Pradesh on Lavyarthi Sampark Abhiyan at Bhagat Singh Yuva Awaas, Agartala.

 

“The people’s trust is one of the key pillars to further strengthen the Bharatiya Janata Party at the grassroots level. To this end, our Karyakartas need to reach out to the maximum number of people and achieve the goal of Sampark Se Samarthan,” he emphasized.

 

He highlighted that as people’s confidence and trust in the Bharatiya Janata Party increases, the organization will become stronger, and people will have faith in the government.

 

“To achieve this, officials need to connect with people more, focusing on garnering support from the relations of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party’s candidates will secure a large number of seats in the state to support the Prime Minister,” he added.

 

Dr. Saha mentioned that in the last few days, there have been various experiences from participating in beneficiary conferences in different places.

 

“In many instances, people have shed tears and shared their experiences. They are expressing gratitude to the Prime Minister, stating that they never expected the Chief Minister to come and talk to them. Establishing a humane relationship with them is crucial,” he urged.

 

He reiterated that the main objective of the party is “seva he sangathan” (service and organization).

 

“People should work with this perspective. We must follow the principles of Pandit Deen Dayal ji, who dedicated his work to the people. We have to move forward with that thought in mind,” he added.

 

Bharatiya Janata Party state president Rajib Bhattacharya, former deputy chief minister Jishnu Dev Varma, Assam and Tripura organizing secretary Ravindra Raju, social welfare minister Tinku Roy, and others were present at the workshop.

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