BJP to bridge gap between govt and party: Khimi Ram



Shimla: In order to bridge the gap between organization and government, the Himachal Pradesh unit of BJP has craved out a four-point strategy at different party levels.

Addressing media persons here today, BJP state president Khimi Ram disclosed that the party has decided to hold meetings of party executives with each BJP minister in the state on 9th of every month at the residence of minister concerned, in which all issues related to development and other differences would be mutually sorted out. However, he denied any big contradictions or differences between the party and its government.

The state BJP president said that this strategy is being implemented right from today as food and civil supplies minister Ramesh Dhawala would meet with party office bearers at his residence here. Similarly, Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal would also meet with the party executives from five constituencies to have direct interaction with them every month, for which separate dates would be fixed according to convenience of the CM.

To keep in touch with grassroots workers, one minister and main functionary of the party would visit each district every month and also sit in the local party office to listen to grievances of party workers and public.

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