Jugsalai BJP workers burnt effigies of four JMM MLAs and charged them with trying to create social schism in the name of intervening in apprentice recruitment.
Jamshedpur: Members of BJP Jugsalai Mandal, led by the mandal president Hemendra Jain, burnt the effigies of four JMM MLAs Friday charging them with trying to create a social schism in the name of outsider-insider in apprentice recruitment.
The Mahanagar BJP president Gunjan Yadav too was present during the effigy burning.
BJP workers strongly opposed the statements made by JMM MLAs regarding the appointment of Tata Steel apprentices.
On Friday, BJP workers took out a procession from Chowk Bazar and burnt the effigies of MLAs in Gaushala Chowk.
Addressing the gathering at Gaushala Chowk, the District President of the party Gunjan Yadav said that JMM MLAs are opposing the applicants who have roots in other states.
He said that the JMM government is taking the state towards destruction instead of development by adopting ot discrimination against citizens.
Mandal President Hemendra Jain said that the Bharatiya Janata Party strongly opposes this dual policy of the JMM government.
He warned the government that if in future it does not stop adopting dual and discriminatory policies, the BJP workers will be forced to take the issues to the streets.
Those who took part in the program included Anmol Sharma, Prakash Joshi, Nagendra Pandey, senior leaders Chandrashekhar Das, Sundar Gupta Satyanarayan Agarwal Munna, Alok Vajpayee, Jagdish Lal and the State Working Committee member of Minority Morcha Amardeep Singh Bhatia.