Aizawl: BJP Mizoram unit president Prof. JV Hluna appealed to the people to extend support to the campaign for the establishment of new government in Mizoram.
“What I have learned from the people while touring across Mizoram is “the desire for change” in the state politics. Mizoram needs both good government and good leaders who will rule the state with love and care,” Hluna said while addressing district boot level workers meet at western Mizoram’s Mamit town on Saturday, sources in BJP on Sunday said.
The BJP has begun boot level workers meet to strengthen the party since the first week of August.
Hitting out at successive governments in Mizoram especially Congress and MNF, who have interchangeably ruled the state for about two decades, Hluna said road transport connectivity is still under the poor condition and many people are living hand to mouth due to the bad rules of successive governments.
“All roads across the state are in deplorable condition and many people are still economically poor. This is because of the bad rule of successive governments and this has also manifested that the parties who were in power over the past years have no love for the people and the state,” he said.
The BJP president said that the Mizo people, though are very laborious, could not become economically advanced because the government often failed to arrange market to help the farmers sell their products.
He alleged that farmers could not reap the fruit of their hardwork due to the absence of a reliable market.
Citing that the BJP gives priority to development, Hluna said the party must come to power in the state for all-round development.
“BJP is the only option for bringing development in Mizoram. So, the party must be voted to power,” he said.
He appealed to all party workers to put in more efforts for strengthening the BJP in order to reform the state.
BJP Mizoram prabari Pawan Sharma, who also addressed the workers meet also alleged that Congress led state government did not properly used fund meant for development of roads in the state.
He further accused Congress government of diverting fund meant for development of Mamit district.