Ranchi, Jul 14: BJP's national working president JP Nadda described the Raghubar Das government of the state as 'doer', transparent and people oriented which was setting new milestones for the development of the state.Addressing a press conference at the end of his two day visit to the state during which he took stock of the party organisation and discussed strategies for the upcoming assembly polls in the state, he said that the present state government was taking all the sections together on the path of progress and was also corruption free, action taking and responsible government."Jharkhand has set new milestones in the country in the areas of Ayushman Bharat, women empowerment and road connectivity," he said adding that even the report of the UN pointed that between 2014-16 27.1 crore people have come out of the poverty line in the country and even in that Jharkhand was the most
He said whatever policy decisions have been taken at the central and the state level they have been implemented on the ground whether it was Pradhanmantri Aawas Yojana, Ujjwala Yojana and Ayushman Bharat Yojana. Mr Nadda said the economic aid of the central government coupled with topping off by the state government has yielded positive results in Jharkhand. He said that party organisation and the government was working well in the state and there was no doubt that it will get the blessings of the people in the assembly elections also and will cross more than 65 seats.
Those present on the occasion also included BJP's national general secretary
Arun Singh, co-incharge for party affairs Ramvichar Netam, State BJP president
Laxman Giluwa and MLA Sanjay Mayuk. (UNI)