Newmai News Network
Imphal | March 2
A large number of youths took part in ‘Vijay Sankalp Bike Rally’ which BJP launched across the country as a part of the party’s campaign for the coming Lok Sabha elections.
In Manipur, the rally was flagged off by BJP’s national spokesperson, Nalin Kohli who is also election in-charge of Manipur. The event was also joined by Rajya Sabha MP from Manipur, K Bhabananda who is also president of the state unit of the party. The flag-off programme was held at Imphal’s Hatta Kangjeibung.
Talking to reporters after flagging off the rally, Kohli claimed that more than 1000 youths workers of the party from across the state were taking part in the rally.
During the rally, the workers will make aware the voters on what they called it as "developmental changes that have been brought about" during the five year rule of the BJP-led NDA government under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The workers will further relay the commitment of the party to bring more changes if people voted the party again for another term, he also said.
Kohli then claimed that BJP-led NDA government had fulfilled the commitment of "development for all" it had given in the last general elections. With this achievement, he further claimed, voters, particularly youths, have strong confidence in Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Adding that BJP retaining power by BJP at the Centre after the Lok Sabha elections is upto the youths of the country, Kohli said that BJP believed in youths’ power.
The BJP national spokesperson then highlighted various achievements of the BJP-led NDA government at the Centre and in the state.