IMPHAL, April 19: A representative of BJP central office will arrive in the state on a two days visit to assess the preparation of the party for the upcoming ADC election of Manipur due to be held on June 1.
This was stated by M Asnikumar, general secretary administration BJP Manipur, after the inaugural function of a hall dedicated to Dr Syama Prasad Mookherjee at Nityaipat Chuthek, the BJP Manipur head office, by Amit Shah. At the same time, the national general secretary organisation of BJP, Ramlal, also inaugurated the Pakhangba temple within the office campus.
Further speaking to media persons, Asnikumar informed that the both the central leaders of the BJP left Imphal for New Delhi after the inauguration function.
Asnikumar disclosed that before their departure the national leaders convened close-door meetings along with 10 leaders of Nagas and Kukis communities with regards to the upcoming ADC election 2015.
Similarly, after attending the public meeting the BJP leaders also convened a meeting with office bearers of BJP Manipur Pradesh including ex-presidents, ex-candidate of LS poll, Morcha presidents and cells, last night at the Hotel Classic, continued Asnikumar adding that the main agenda of the meeting was strengthening the BJP party in Manipur.
Besides reviewing the status of BJP in the entire all district, Amit Shah also met with intellectuals and think tanks of the state one after another and discussed on the several issues that needed to be redressed, including the sectors like education, health, road connectivity, law and order, youths unemployment, the National Sport University construction of which is would start at earliest and for women inclusive programme to harness their talents.
During the meeting, the two national leaders of the BJP, sought comments and observation on how to improve the situation and assured their best in addressing the problems, Asnikumar further said.
Asnimkumar also said that the BJP Manipur Pradesh was advised to work hard for the upcoming ADC election and chalk out strategies to assure victory while assuring maximum help from the centre.