1st Mar 2017 10:03:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

ITANAGAR, Mar 1: In a major political development, Youth Council Members of People’ Party of Arunachal Pradesh (PPA) today joined the Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) in presence of State BJP President Tapir Gao and other senior leaders. The joining of the PPA Youth Council members was led by President PPA Youth Council Ringu Gautam which saw a total of 126 members join the BJP.

Speaking at the joining ceremony, Ringu Gautam cited the dynamic leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and various people-friendly development policies and schemes of the NDA Government as the main reason for shifting to BJP. He also expressed full confidence in the leadership of Tapir Gao and Chief Minister Pema Khandu.

Welcoming the new members, Gao, categorically told the gathering that BJP is a secular party having members and official bearers from all the religions and faiths in the country. ‘Contrary to the wrong perception, in any of the Core Group meetings of BJP at the state and national level, issue or subject of religion is never discussed. The discussion is always focused on developmental issues,’ he said.

In the philosophy of BJP, interest of the nation come foremost, then of the party and lastly of the individual. All the party members of BJP are imbibed with this value, opined Gao. Further, he appealed to all the new members to spread awareness about the various developmental schemes and policies of the central government.

On the occasion, State BJP General Secretary, Jarpum Gamlin also spoke and urged the youth to protest against injustices in society such as the recent pogrom in Kerala carried out by CPM cadres.  

Kenyir Ringu, State Vice President, Nani Lajie, State Vice President, Dominic Tadar, State Vice President, BR Waghe, State General Secretary, other State Office Bearers, Morcha heads and Karyakartas also attended the joining ceremony.

Kenter Joya Riba

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