SRIKAKULAM: With two Union ministers and two state ministers, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) wants to develop the backward and rural areas of the state including Srikakulam district. Simultaneously, the party wants to spread its wings to strengthen itself across the state.
At the party’s district executive body meeting here Sunday, BJP state vice-president Bandaru Rangamohan vowed to develop the district on all fronts and asked the party members to strive hard and fight on behalf of the people.
He said that the development of the state was possible only with BJP which would be fortified further as many former MLAs, leaders from other parties and youngsters are showing interest to join the party.
BJP state executive committee member Pydi Venugopal Reddy said that they would work out a plan for bringing agro industries to the district. He also promised speedy completion of the Vamsadhara Phase II, and the Thotapalli projects.
State executive committee members P Tirupathi Rao, S Uma Maheswara Rao and party district in-charge PVN Madhavan were present.