Aam Adami Party decides to extend its party in Bistar, Punjab and Himachal Pradesh

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By:Himvani

Aam Adami Party has now decided to extend its base in Bistar (Uttar Pradesh), Punjab and Himachal Pradesh. Mr. Kham Chand Jagirdar, the party frontal in-charge made this statement while attending two days long state action committee meeting on Tuesday.

He confirmed that the party has decided to revamp Bistar after its victory in Delhi assembly elections and some top leaders have been given the responsibility to look after each state. To stop the party erosion after Delhi election, Mr Jagirdar has revealed that Mr. Sanjay Singh has been given the direct charge of Mission Bistar in Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh. Moreover along with Mr. Singh two party MLAs Prakesh Jarwal and Naresh Yadav has been assigned the responsibility to assist him.

The party was given the name of Mission plus 49 in 2017 to fight assembly elections in Himachal Pradesh. Party state convener Mr. Rajan Sushant said that out of 68-assembly segment 58 assembly committees have been constituted in the state and it would be in masses to form districts to booth level unit very soon. Accusing successive Congress and BJP rule for pushing state in economic distress former BJP rebel alleged that it is facing a whooping debt of Rupees 35000 crore which is likely to grow up to Rupees 40000 crore by 2017.

During these two-day deliberation employment was the major burning issue in the meeting. Party delegates stressed that instead of allotting new industrial and hydro projects to corporate it should be handed over to unemployed after forming their cooperative societies. Party also demanded that cement prices should be lowered than other state as most of cement plants have been set up in this states but prices of cement are more than bordering states. It also showed concern about increasing of illegal drugs peddlers in the state.

Party advocated Delhi pattern for simplification of tax regime for the businessman but however slammed Mr. Virbhadra Singh’s rule for cutting down horticulture and agriculture subsidy from 85 percent to 40 percent. Apart from this the party has also decided to give call of two day protest on June 8 and 9 to press above demands.

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