Monday, June 27, 2022

India’s credibility increased under Modi’s rule: Marandi

The Ex-CM Babulal Marandi attended a party conference at Chamber Bhavan and interacted with representatives of different social and business organisations.

Jamshedpur: Jamshedpur Mahanagar BJP organised a conference at Chamber Bhavan in Bistupur on Monday. The conference was attended by the ex-CM Babulal Marandi and former State BJP President Dineshanand Goswami.

Many social and business organisations extended suggestions to the party during the conference.

Addressing the conference, the former State BJP President Dineshanand Goswami said that the people of different organizations are opinion makers and their opinion is valuable for the party. He said that the party would continue seeking suggestions of the representatives of social and business organisations to ensure that the party takes appropriate decisions.

In his address, Babulal Marandi said that he often interacts with people from different organizations.

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He said that this helps in knowing the problems and then solving them.

He further said that the country’s credibility has increased under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the Corona period.

He said the country has not only developed a vaccine but also exported it.

He said that the Modi government is committed to the development of the country.

BJP conference at Chamber Bhavan
BJP conference at Chamber Bhavan.

He slammed the state government and called it a corrupt government.

He said that the development of the state has been blocked during the current government regime.

Those who attended the conference included Suresh Sonthalia of Chamber of Commerce, Nirmal Kabra, Vijay Moonka, Bharat Vasani, Satyanarayan Agarwal, Santosh Khaitan of Asia, Advocate Vijay Pathak, Ojha and Shravan Debuka/

The welcome address was delivered by Gunjan Yadav.

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The program was coordinated and conducted by District General Secretary Anil Modi.

Dineshanand Goswami, Gunjan Yadav, Murlidhar Kedia, Anil Modi, Vinita Shah of Gujarati society, Naval Barnwal of Wholesale Textiles Association, Ashok Modi of Marwari Conference, Rajesh of Bar Association Shukla, Jagdish Khandelwal of Chartered Accounts Association, Prabha Padiya of Marwari Mahila Manch, Akhilesh Dubey of Transport Association, Murli Barnwal of Baranwal Samaj, Haldhar Narayan Sah of Vaish Samaj, and people from other organisations were also present.


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