Ranchi (By our correspondent): AJSU party which is a junior ally in the BJP led government of the state today once again aimed its
gun stating that the party is off the views that the present leadership is irresponsible and not fulfilling its responsibility while the
officials of the government were also not doing their work due to which the foundation of the democracy has got weak in the state.
Addressing the press after the end of the party’s central working committee meeting here which was chaired by party supremo Sudesh
Kumar Mahto, AJSU’s central spokesperson Dr Devsharan Bhagat said that more than 2.50 lakh people comprising the para-teachers, Anganwadi seviaks, sahaikas, sahiyas, Krishi Mitras and Mnrega are on agitation for their due rights and demands and issued an ultimatum to solve their problems in the next two months.
He said that if the problems are not solved within that time than in the first month of February a Swaraj Swabhimman Sabha would be organized in Ranchi in which people from 5000 villages would participate and depending on the decision arrived in that function the party will take further course of action. Mr Bhagat said that in the meeting discussion was also held on the Swaraj Swabhimaan Yatra which was taken by Mr Mahto in which it was evident that due to the faulty recruitment policy outsiders were grabbing jobs in the state due to which the youth were in anger.
He said that party is of the view that all the third and fourth-grade jobs in the state should be reserved for the people of Jharkhand. In the meeting, it was decided that on the government should be asked to come out with the findings of the socio-economic survey which was done for the OBCs in the state. Mr Bhagat said that the party will stage an agitation in the state so that the OBC can get 27 percent reservation in the state.
He said that in the meeting it was also decided that a youth meet would be held in Ranchi on January 13 in which one lakh youth would participate and at that forum the party would declare its Youth Policy. In the meeting it was decided that the parliamentary board will meet in January to take a call over the Lok Sabha polls while over the Kolibera by-polls the district committee has been assigned
to take the final call.
Those present in the meeting also included cabinet minister Chandraprakash Chowdhary, MLAs Rajkishore Mahto, Ramchandra Sahis and others.