JDU started preparations for elections, new responsibilities assigned to 139 general secretaries and 120 secretaries


Patna. JDU has entrusted 139 general secretaries and 120 secretaries with the responsibility of the state headquarters, divisions and assembly constituencies. Party’s state president Umesh Singh Kushwaha has released a new list of all these office bearers on Thursday. In this, six general secretaries have been given the responsibility of the headquarters. These include Arun Kumar Singh, Chandan Kumar Singh, Basudev Kushwaha, Manish Kumar, Sunil Kumar Sushil and Ranvijay Kumar. After releasing the list of all these 259 party office bearers, State President Umesh Singh Kushwaha has wished them an efficient and successful tenure and said that JDU will now destroy the plans of BJP at the booth level.

Decision taken in view of elections

The state president has said that the state office bearers who have not been given any responsibility will remain in touch with the headquarters. All of them can be given responsibility in the special campaign of the party. In view of the upcoming Lok Sabha and Bihar assembly elections, this important decision has been taken in the interest of the party.

JDU will now destroy BJP’s plans at booth level: Umesh Kushwaha

Umesh Kushwaha has instructed the officers to start with full dedication in the mission of strengthening the panchayats and booths of their respective assembly. Every soldier of the party is committed to work dedicatedly to give strength to our leader and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. Our fight is with that BJP, which wants to destroy the country’s democracy and constitution and deprive the people of their fundamental rights. If we take a pledge to fight the Lok Sabha elections with full power and capability in the interest of the people, then not a single BJP candidate will be able to save his deposit.

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