4th Jun 2023 11:06:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

ITANAGAR, Jun 4: Through a month-long outreach programme and intense campaign highlighting the achievements of the Modi government, the BJP has set the ball rolling for the battle of 2024.The party is also eyeing to retain power in Arunachal Pradesh with "enhanced mandate", BJP National vice president Dr. M Chuba Ao said.
The assembly elections are due in Arunachal Pradesh by May 2024 along with the Lok Sabha polls. In the 2019 assembly polls in Arunachal Pradesh, the BJP had won 41 seats. "This time we are eyeing more number of seats because Arunachal Pradesh is a strategically important state," Ao said.
Dr. M Chuba Ao has been named as in charge of 'nine years celebration' of the Modi Government for eastern Arunachal Pradesh. He has already visited the state and attended a review meeting cum interaction program with the State level committee headed by Zingnu Namchoom, MLA cum state general secretary, State unit vice president Junty Singpho and others members also attended during the interaction meeting. He also held detail discussion with State president Biyuram Wahge and Ananta Narayan Mishra, Sangathan Mantri. He said that party is organizing two rallies - first on June 6th at IG Park Itanagar and the other one on June 18th at Namsai where National President JP Nadda will address the rally.
To a question, he said, "North East India has benefited immensely during the last nine years. Of course the Manipur violence is an aberration and a big challenge but overall the region has achieved many milestones. The focus has been on economic development, internal security, as well as preservation and promotion of the cultural diversity of the region."

Kenter Joya Riba

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