Aizawl (zoramobserver.com): Flaunting the party strength across the country, BJP Mizoram Pradesh president Prof. JV Hluna on Friday made a bold declaration saying the party must win the assembly elections slated for later part of this year, for development of the state.
Addressing to party workers during an official opening of the party office today, Hluna said, “ I announced this year to be a successful and fruitful year for the BJP in Mizoram and this success is none other than winning the assembly elections.”
“As the BJP is running stronger and stronger in other parts of the country, the party must win the next assembly election due this year for development of Mizoram,” he added.
He slammed both the Congress and Mizo National Front (MNF) as not free from corruption. “The two parties engage in blame game on social networking sites. But what is certain is that they are not free from corruption,” he said.
Taking a jibe at Mizoram Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) president and Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla on his alleged abusive remarks that the BJP is something that the churches and people of Mizoram should really scare of, Hluna said there is nothing to be taken surprise the Chief Minister making such remarks as the BJP is a big threat to the Congress because its surge is decaling rapidly in other parts of the country.
He said that the BJP, if comes to power will give priority to sufficiency in food grains, power and clean drinking water.
The academician turned politician also said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi led BJP is on a milestone mission to establish New India by 2022 making the country free from corruption, poverty, communalism and discrimination.
State BJP general secretary Vanlalhmuaka, who spoke on the occasion also said that the BJP is strictly sticking to the principle- ‘nation fist, party second and self last.’
He said that there is no room for selfish and greedy people in BJP and the party must win the elections so people get their due rights and share as the party strongly believes on enabling people enjoy their rights.