Sunday, Feb 25 2018 | Time 01:31 Hrs(IST)
image image
  • Syrian Observatory says strikes hit Ghouta after U N vote
  • Deeney earns Watford victory over Everton
  • 3rd T20I: India beat South Africa by 7 runs, win series 2-1
  • U N Security Council, with Russian support, demands 30-day Syria truce
  • Khachanov outplays Berdych to reach Marseille final
  • "Touch Me Not" wins Golden Bear top prize at Berlin festival
  • Delhi Dynamos FC beat ATK 4-3 in Hero ISL
  • Geely seeks meetings with Daimler, Berlin next week -sources
Other Share

Party activists demanding more activity of leaders for BJP in the district

Ambassa(Tripura), Oct 7 (UNI) On the eve of election, the grassroot workers and party activists of Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) demanded more activity from the part of the leaders to ensure victory over rival CPI(M) in the district.
One BJP activist from the bordering sub-division of Kamalpur identified as Ratan Ghosh alleged, "We are trying heart our soul to ensure the victory of our candidate in the ensuing assembly poll. But our leadership should emerge more dynamic and prompt in their action

and plannings".

Another BJP activist from Ambassa Chandan Biswas informed, "In the district there has

been enough possibility of victory for our candidates in the assembly seats. But, the basic works like voter list related works, intensive propaganda are not being performed duly. Further, we have to cope with emerging factionalism."

Actually, the situation remained the same throughout the district. For some reasons the grassroot workers being disheartened in the district. "And the situation, in turn, is damaging the party's ambition to be in power even after the introduction of strategy like appointing epic list page in-charge, micro observer and other organisational measures", alleged Tuhin Chakma from Gandacharra sub-division.
While asked about the situation, BJP district committee member Goutam Biswas informed, "Actually, the party is working with full force and all the leaders have been assigned with their duty. In some cases, it may be the case that, for some personal reasons the leader may remain absent from the works for some period. But, the pace of our work continues in full swing".

However, the workers hoped that, all the deadlocks would end soon and the party would be

in full force to ensure victory soon.
More News
Muslim voters show neo-confidence, sitting MLA targets Modi

Muslim voters show neo-confidence, sitting MLA targets Modi

04 Dec 2017 | 11:55 AM

Ahmedabad, Dec 4 (UNI) If Gujarat could 'create' Narendra Modi as larger than life politician, the destiny seems to have decided that his native state - considered a political laboratory - would also bring him down
now, says Congress sitting legislator and candidate from Dariapur Gyasuddin Habibuddin Shaikh.

 Sharesee more..
Bengal Govt to digitise Assembly records

Bengal Govt to digitise Assembly records

04 Dec 2017 | 11:50 AM

Kolkata, Dec 4 (UNI) Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has recently
announced that the State Government has decided to digitise the
books and records that are there in the library located inside the
Assembly building.

 Sharesee more..
Three new universities to be set up in Bengal

Three new universities to be set up in Bengal

04 Dec 2017 | 11:45 AM

Kolkata, Dec 4 (UNI) Three Bills have been passed in the West Bengal
Assembly for the creation of three universities – The West Bengal Green
University Bill, The Purba Medinipur University Bill and The Jhargram
University Bill.

 Sharesee more..
KMC to set up its first day-care school for girls

KMC to set up its first day-care school for girls

04 Dec 2017 | 11:41 AM

Kolkata, Dec 4 (UNI) For the first time, Kolkata Municipal Corporation
(KMC) is going to open a day-care school for girls.

 Sharesee more..
BJP fields RSS man, plays caste card to wrest key Congress seat

BJP fields RSS man, plays caste card to wrest key Congress seat

04 Dec 2017 | 11:13 AM

Deesa, Gujarat, Dec 4 (UNI) The Banaskantha district in North Gujarat is hardly a BJP forte. Braving strong 'Narendra Modi' wave the district had returned six Congress MLAs out of 9 in state assembly elections in 2012.

 Sharesee more..