Dr. Sandeep Pathak holds meeting with senior party leaders, Lok Sabha and district in-charges
Dr. Pathak discussed with the party leaders about the strength of the organization, made a strategy to strengthen the party at the booth level
Chandigarh : Aam Aadmi Party’s (AAP) National Organization General Secretary and Rajya Sabha MP Dr. Sandeep Pathak held a day-long meeting with all senior party leaders, in-charges of districts and Lok Sabha constituencies in Punjab and discussed agendas to strengthen the organization.
Dr. Pathak reviewed the party organization in series of meetings on Sunday in all the 117 assembly constituencies of Punjab with the party office bearers at the Chandigarh party headquarters and prepared a strategy to strengthen the party at the booth level in all constituencies.
In a statement issued to the media after the meeting, Dr. Sandeep Pathak said that the Bhagwant Mann government of Aam Aadmi Party in Punjab has done a tremendous work in the last 10 months.
Within six months of forming the government, the Aam Aadmi Party fulfilled several guarantees given by AAP convenor Arvind Kejriwal. This is an example in itself in the politics of the country.
Enumerating the works of AAP government, he said that our government has given government jobs to 25000 youths of Punjab within just 6 months. About 20,000 contractual workers were regularised.
Likewise, adopting the policy of zero tolerance on corruption, Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann issued a toll free number to root out corruption, on the basis of complaints, action was taken against about 500 corrupt officers and employees. In the coming days, the Mann Government will fulfill all the guarantees given by Arvind Kejriwal to the people of Punjab.
AAP Punjab General Secretary Harchand Singh Barsat, Malwa Central Secretary Dr. Sunny Singh Ahluwalia, Majha Zone Secretary Gurudev Singh Lakhana, Malwa East Zone Secretary Aman Mohi, Malwa West Zone Secretary Shaminder Khinda and Doaba Zone Secretary Rajwinder Kaur were present on the occasion.
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