Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Thursday solicited whole-hearted support from the BJP workers so that the state government can function efficiently.
Addressing the BJP state executive meeting at Pasighat in East Siang district, Khandu said the state government in the last two years has been able to come out with several reforms only because of support from the party.
He appealed for more cohesion among party workers and the government so that the fruits of development schemes percolate to the last man, a party release said.
The chief minister said that the state executive meeting, held once every three months, is to build efficient teamwork between the party and the government.
He appealed the party workers to make people aware of the important govt schemes and flagship programmes and volunteer for the governments Sarkar Aapke Dwar programme.
Khandu also appealed the party members to give their whole-hearted dedication to the party and rise above individual interests.
Divulging the government's reform on Staff Selection Board, the chief minister said the policy would curtail corruption and nepotism in government recruitment process.
"Such policy will also encourage the younger generation to follow the path of hard work and imbibe competitiveness instead of taking shortcut means to get into government jobs," Khandu added.
(With inputs from agencies.)