Akhand Bharat Chetna Dal holds discussion on ensuing Assembly polls in national convention
The National Convention of Akhand Bharat Chetna Dal was organised in the city, on Monday. During the convention, discussions were held on the ensuring Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly and Lok Sabha elections. Party President Girijesh Shrivastava announced the appointment of new office-bearers of the Dal and also issued a public message on behalf of the party. In the message, Shrivastava stated that the party is committed to building a united Bharat, focusing on rural and urban development, equal education, healthcare, security, employment, infrastructure, electricity, water supply, industry, agriculture, environment, cleanliness, providing homes for the homeless, simplifying the justice system, women’s participation in key sectors and eradicating corruption and terrorism.
Prominent amongst those participated in the convention were Suraj Narayan Kushwaha, National Vice President, Advocate Sunil Kumar Singh, National Secretary-General, Dr. Gyan Chand Atma, National Secretary, Sanjay Dubey, National Treasurer, Nikhil Ranjan Shrivastava, National Public Relations Officer, Rajiv Gupta, Brajesh Chaudhary, Rammohan Verma, Bharati Singh, Amrita Gupta, Sushma Dubey, Vinod Bhagvatacharya, Mahendra Pratap Singh, K K Dubey, Amit Shukla, Bhavna Malviya, Amit Malviya, Manju Patel and others. The convention aimed to reaffirm the party’s commitment to the comprehensive development and unity of India, addressing various issues and concerns facing the nation. It provided a platform for discussions and planning for the ensuing elections.