Jaipur: Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje today exuded confidence that BJP would “retain power” in the next Assembly and general elections and asked the party MPs from the state to “unitedly cooperate” with the Centre.
Addressing the MPs in a meeting here, Raje claimed that BJP would retain power in the state as well as at the Centre in the state assembly elections in 2018 and Lok Sabha elections in 2019.
She asked party MPs to conduct more and more developmental works in consultation with the party workers so that the people can be benefitted.
“The MPs should work with local MLAs. They should also make efforts to resolve the issues pertaining to the state in Parliament and raise issues of their constituencies effectively,” Raje said.
Senior party leader V Satish, state president Ashok Parnami and others were present in the meeting.
The chief minister also launched her official mobile app, through which people can get updates on the schemes and programmes run by the government and can also have direct conversation with her.
The app has the feature of integrated service delivery and public grievances redressal, facility to upload document or photo, links to other apps of the state government.