LS Poll 2024 is an opportunity to give national leadership to the spirit of Jharkhand: AJSU

Bokaro: AJSU Party Central President Sudesh Kumar Mahato has said that this time’s general elections are important in many ways. On the other hand, NDA is committed to accelerating progress and building a strong nation, while on the other hand, the leaderless Indi alliance is engaged in spreading negativity.

Mahato made these remarks at a gathering in Telo, Bazaar Tand, under Chandrapura block of Bokaro. During the event, senior social worker Lakhan Lal Mahato and numerous supporters formally joined the AJSU Party in the presence of Sudesh Mahato.

Mahato said, the 2024 Lok Sabha Poll presents a pivotal opportunity to imbue national leadership with the essence of Jharkhand. He emphasized that this election will determine the country’s future leadership. He noted the public’s apparent trust in Narendra Modi’s vision of “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas,” as evidenced by the indications from the first two phases of voting.

Mahato urged unity for NDA’s triumph in the Giridih parliamentary constituency and emphasized the collective responsibility to fulfill the people’s aspirations. He predicted a turning point for the ruling JMM and Congress in Jharkhand, indicating that the public is no longer susceptible to their deception.

New party member Lakhan Lal Mahato expressed his admiration for Sudesh Mahato’s ideologies and the AJSU Party’s principles, pledging to discharge any party responsibilities diligently and advocate for its policies.

Also present at the event were State President of AJSU Intellectual Forum Domain Singh Munda, Vice President Umakant Rajak, General Secretary Lambodar Mahato, Yashoda Devi, Mukund Chandra Mehta, Ajay Singh, Santosh Mahato (Artillery), Kashinath Singh, Secretary Santosh Mahato, Naveen Mahato, Rajesh Mahato, Haldhar Mahato, Jayalal alias Jelly Mahato, Rinki Devi, Deputy Chief Chandrapura, and others.

The occasion saw hundreds of new members joining AJSU under Lakhan Lal Mahato’s leadership, including Nepal Mahato, Seema Devi, Sumitra Devi, Buddhinath Mahato, Tarachand Mahato, Savita Devi, Suresh Mahato, Nikhil Kumar, Anita Devi, Poonam Devi, Dilip Kumar, Rajendra Mahato, Namita Devi, Geeta Devi, Lakhia Devi, Dilip Singh, Indralal Singh, Chitnarayan Singh, Gyanati Devi, Geeta Devi, Asha Devi, Rajendra, Rajesh, Buddhinath, Tarachand, Dilip, Bindeshwar, and many others.

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