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?Expose Centre?s apathy to NDA govt?s pet projects?

india Updated: Oct 25, 2006 15:03 IST

BJP VICE-PRESIDENT Ananth Kumar asked the party workers to expose the Centre’s ‘apathy’ to the previous NDA Government’s schemes like the Golden Quadrilateral Project and rural development during canvassing in Vidisha and Bada Malehra constituencies.

Ananth Kumar, who arrived in the State capital on Tuesday morning, held a round of meetings with the assembly constituencies segments in charge and sectors in charge for Vidisha seat at the State BJP office. He apprised himself of the ground situation in Vidisha constituency.

The senior BJP leader cautioned them against overconfidence and asked them to focus on door-to-door contact and try to win over the electorate.

State BJP president Satyanarayan Jatia said Vidisha happened to be the traditional seat of the BJP where voters always reposed faith in the party. The party workers should apprise the voters of the party’s principles and ideologies and ensure the party’s win by taking them into confidence.

Vidisha election affairs in charge Anil Dave asked them to strictly follow the model code of conduct. The meetings took place in three phases. In the first meeting, the assembly constituencies segments and sectors in charge of Sanchi, Bhojpur, Udaipura attended the meeting. The second meeting focused exclusively on Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s constituency Budhni while Samshabad, Basoda, Kurwai and Vidisha affairs were discussed in the third meeting.

The assembly constituencies have been divided into 68 sectors and each sector has a worker, leader in charge of the affairs.

Those who attended the meeting were Rup Pamnani, Suresh Arya, Mohan Sharma, Bijendra Singh Sisodia, Rodmal Nagar, Rajendra Pande, Umashankar Gupta, Mohan Yadav, Rakesh Singh, Dhruvnarayan Singh, Prabhu Rathore and Devi Singh Rathore.