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AJSU Party to hold ‘Nyay March’ on August 8 to press for 27% reservation for BCs

‘Abua Dishum Abua Raj’ vision to be achieved on ground: Ramchandra Sahis

Jamshedpur: AJSU Party would hold a Nyay March on August 8 on death anniversary of late Nirmal Mahato. A decision to this effect was taken in a meeting of AJSU Party District Committee held at Nirmal Guest House.

The former MLA and Principal General Secretary Ramchandra Sahis was the chief guest in the meeting on Monday.

In the meeting, Mr. Sahis said that the party would take out the Nyay March to press for 27 percent reservation to the backward classes.

He said that it is the party’s decision to take out a march for this purpose.

He said that 8th August is also the martyrdom day of martyr Nirmal Mahato.

He added that it has been decided to organize this program as per the directives of party supremo Sudesh Mahto.

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Mr. Sahis said that the present government is doing the work of deceiving the tribals again and again by understanding the politics of vote bank.

He said that the party will establish a direct communication with the public by setting up a chaupal in every village.

He said that the government is cheating the tribal natives. The failures of the government will be exposed among the people, he added.

AJSU Party holds meeting at Nirmal Guest House in Jamshedpur, decides to organise Social Justice March on August 8 all over the state for 27% reservation to backward castes.

Those who attended the meeting included Chandragupta Singh, District President Kanhaiya Singh, Appu Tiwari, Munna Singh, Chandreshwar Pandey became in-charge of Jamshedpur city, Prof. Shyam Murmu, Budheshwar Murmu, Raju Karmakar, Sagen Hansda, Pranav Majumdar, Phanibhushan Mahto, Ravi Shankar Maurya, Shyam Krishna Mahato, Brajesh Singh Munna, Bullu Rani Singh Sardar, Sudha Rani Besra, Appu Tiwari, Prakash Vishwakarma, Ashok Mandal , Amanullah Khan, Ajay Singh Babbu, Chandreshwar Pandey, Hemant Pathak, Dhaneshwar Karmakar, Sachin Prasad, Samresh Singh, Ashok Tiwari, Santosh Singh, Sanjay Malakar and others.

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