BJP Mahila Morcha to organise HunkarRally in Bilaspur on Nov 11
ST Morcha passed condemn proposal against Congress government on ST reservation.
Amidst BJP’s Scheduled Caste (ST) Morcha has tightened its belt for a decisive battle against the state government’s failure to protect the interest of tribes, Mahila Morcha is set to corner the government by organizing ‘Mahtari Hunkar’ rally on November 11 to protest Congress government’s failure to ban liquor in the state. Union minister SmritiIrani and Mahila Morcha national president Vanathi Srinivasan will be the part of the rally.
With just a year to go to the assembly election, BJP organisations are taking their battle against the state government to streets, an attempt to make sure that people dethrone the Congress.
Mahila Morcha of the principal opposition has planned a mega rally in Bilaspur, the judicial capital of Chhattisgarh, on November 11, to remind state government about its pledge on holy water of river Ganga to ban liquor in the state. The Morchastate president Shalini Rajput said that when the Congress is unable to respect ‘Ganga Maiya’, it is foolish to expect respect for women.
In a meeting of the state working committee of the ST Morcha, a condemn proposal was passed against the Bhupesh Baghel government for its alleged poor preparedness on ST reservation case, leading to dwindling of the reservation from 32% to 20%. Similarly, the ST Morcha condemned the abolition of priority to ST youths in local appointments in the tribal districts of Bastar, Surguja and Bilaspur divisions.
BJP national vice president and former chief minister Raman Singh said thatthe Mahila Morcha rally will change the air in Chhattisgarh in favour of the party.
A poster of ‘Hunkar’ rally was released by the senior leaders including Raman Singh, party regional organization general secretary Ajay Jamwal, BJP co-in-charge Nitin Nabin, State president Arun Sao, organization general secretary Pawan Sai at Kushabhau Thackre premises, the state office of the party.
The general public and women are looking for an alternative to this government in the BJP, said Singh. He called upon the Mahila Morcha to ask questions to the chief minister on liquor ban.