Sikkim unit of Bharatya Janta Party Sikkim will be organizing a political training programme in the State for three days starting from 25th February till 27th February organized by BJP central training cell.
Speaking to the media president of BJP Sikkim unit Mr. Padam Chettri informed that N Indra Sen Reddy, State In-charge, Alok Kumar, Harendra Pratap Singh along with two Member of Parliament (MP) and Two MLA’s from Bihar will be present as resource person during the training program.
Mr. Chettri further stated that sixty active members from across the state will be present during the training program where the participants will be imparted knowledge on social responsibility by the resource persons of BJP training cell. Adding further in respect to the training Mr. Chettri said that BJP is working on producing capable and active members through this three day long political training program.
Chettri also informed that BJP being a national party in sincerely working on building honest and responsible members across the nation. Last year about 32 members from state had participated in similar program held in Nagpur and now all the members are actively involved in party’s activities in the State.
Due to lack of political knowledge BJP is unable to progress so considering the fact the party now is holding such training programs all over the country added BJP Sikkim unit President.
During the training program resource persons will be holding class focusing on the culture and policy of the party as every political party has social responsibility but numerous members do not follow it, for which training is important and BJP is trying to provide culture to youths and its party members.
Speaking in respect to newly set up North East Democratic Forum (NEDF), Chettri said that NE leaders and people still believe that they are not part of India and NE has the most corrupted states in the country so the Ministers of NE states to save themselves from corruption charges are formulating the forum but BJP will always keep an eye in all the activities of NEDF.
Courtesy: Sikkim Mail
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