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Every party has right to work freely in democratic system: BJP state president Dharamlal Kaushik


Raipur, October 4
“How RSS and BJP workers are being targeted in Kerala showcases the laxity and oppressive policy of the state government. To spread the message that the every party has right to work freely in democratic system and suppressive attitude in Kerala will not be tolerated, BJP workers from Chhattisgarh will be leaving for Kerala on October 9 and take part in demonstration to be launched by National president Amit Shah,” stated party state president in Chhattisgarh Dharamlal Kaushik.
Kaushik was speaking at insurgency-hit Bastar where he arrived here to take part in a party programme.
As of now around 120 workers have been killed in Kerala, added Kaushik.
In interest of farmers, BJP government in the state has launched ‘Bonus Tihar’ and giving paddy bonus to the tune of around Rs 2100 crore before this Diwali, pointed Kaushik, elaborating that the government is also ensuring compensation as well as benefits of crop insurance scheme to farmers.
He further said that BJP and the government are standing by-side of farmers in every situation.
“Extensive campaign will be launched for extension and strengthening of party in Bastar and across the state. Soon campaign at booth-level will be launched to gain victory in more seats of Bastar,” said Kaushik.
On being asked about poor arrangements for cashless transaction across Bastar division, the state president said that the government at centre and the state is having its intention very clear towards curbing corruption and this is the reason we have introduced cashless system for transaction and soon it will be made smooth everywhere

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