C Times, 9th July 2017, Agartala
In view of the materialising youth power BJP state president, Biplab Kumar Deb will also seek to project the youth face in the forthcoming assembly election.
Biplab Kumar Deb addressing a workshop of youths organised by Yuva Morcha at Dasarath Deb Smriti Bhawan, Suparibagan in Agartala City.
Besides Mr Deb, party Observer Sunil Deodhar, Yuva Morcha Central Committee secretary Sarikat Datta, Yuva Morcha state president Tinku Roy and state secretary Amit Rakshit were also present in the workshop.
BJP state president Mr Deb said youth will get priority in the list of candidates for the next assembly election. In the next assembly election, sixty five percent candidates will be from the youths, who are below fifty years of age.
He stimulated the youths to maintain the discipline of the party and carry out the plan and policy of the mother organisation. He also insisted on the works of youths at the booth level.
State Observer Sunil Deodhar in his speech stimulated the youths to take amenability in any form and at any level. If you take amenability, incontrovertibly your skill will improve many overlaps.
The idea of field minimum forty-five percent youth candidates in the next assembly election has been excogitated keeping in mind a magnificent section of young voters and also to inculcate new blood and perception in the BJP’s state politics here.
The vacation fifty-five percent will come from the mellowed and experienced politicians. But there will also a reflective selection process be pushed forward to ensure clean and unobjectionable candidates are in the fracas, said a senior BJP leader.