Bhubaneswar: BJD supremo and Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has given a new mantra to his party leaders and workers – ‘Go to villages, work for the people’.
While addressing the BJD Office bearers’ conference at IDCOL Auditorium here on Saturday, Naveen announced ‘Ama Gaon, Ama Vikash’ plan from July 1.
The Ministers, MPs and MLAs have been asked to visit the villages and reach out to the masses as part of the plan. Prior to that, workshop on government’s achievements will be held between May 24 and June 30.
Naveen also listed out the achievements of his government in the last three years and sought to explain how they worked hard since 2000 to fulfil the aspirations of common people.
“We have been striving hard from Day 1 to fulfil the promises made in our election manifesto. Odisha is marching ahead in all aspects. But, we still have a lot to achieve, as people look up to us with high expectations. Our party represents the trust, hope and aspirations of over 4 crore Odias”, he said.
The BJD will also launch a massive membership drive, Biju Sathi to induct young volunteers to the party at the booth level. All booths across the State to be strengthened further.