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BJP’s membership drive in Pathsala

A BJP workshop on membership drive gets encouraging response in Pathsala area in Barpeta district. Local residents in large number thronged the workshop at the Bojali BJP office on Monday where where the senior leaders gave the tips to  the grassroot level workers to pull more people to the party.

The senior leaders guided the grassroot level workers the real and hi tech way to reach the common people with the party’s stand on some basic issues confronting Assam and its people.

Organized by the district yuva morcha, the workshop at the BJP office in Pathsala is attended by district president Mukut Kalita along with state level leaders including Nibaron Lahkar, Mridul Adhikary, Pankaj Deka, Sarat Barman, Uddip Dey and Harihar Sarma.        

 

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