CHIEF MINISTER Mulayam Singh Yadav today called upon Samajwadi Party workers to shun differences and work for the victory of the party in the State Assembly election. He said the workers should improve their image for door-to-door campaigning of the party’s programmes and policies.
Addressing a conference of district office-bearers here Yadav said there should not be any hesitation in throwing the dissidents out of the party. Yadav said if the organisation was strong, departure of a few MLAs or other leaders would not affect the fortune of the party. Yadav asked the party leaders to resolve differences. But if there was no way out the rebels should be removed, he said.
Directing the workers to fan out in the field, the chief minister said the government’s achievements should be properly propagated. He said the opposition parties rattled over the government’s performance had come together to dislodge the SP from the power. He said the organisation should collectively thwart the design of the rivals. The chief minister said efforts should be made to update electoral rolls and booth committees should be prepared without further delay. The party has issued instructions to complete the booth committee process by August 20.
The chief minister said non-controversial and people of clean image should be taken into these committees. He said the party candidate should have support of the entire local unit.
He said instructions had also been issued to organise a weeklong programme on the party’s completion of three years in power on August 29. He also asked for planting saplings on the occasion on a large-scale. Yadav said the next Assembly election would have a far-reaching impact on the national politics.
Therefore, the workers should take it seriously. Yadav asked leaders to shake off greed and luxurious style of life for the victory of the party.
Earlier, general secretary Shivpal Singh Yadav reviewed the functioning of the district units. State president Ram Saran Das presided over the function.