In order to bring the fruits of governance closer to the people, the leaders of the Trinamool Congress Party have been asked to visit the villages and wards across the West Bengal as a part of “Didi Ke Bolo” campaign.
A press release by the party said that around 600 block and town presidents of the party will be made to conduct a visit to 2000 villages and wards. The issued statement read: “October 15 onwards, 600 block presidents and town presidents of AITC will interact with the locals and inform the citizens about the ‘Didi Ke Bolo’ platform; how they can use and benefit from it.”
The press release further directed the leaders to listen to the problems of citizens and try to provide a solution to it. In case it’s beyond their competence, the leaders have been asked to bring it to the attention of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.
“Didi Ke Bolo” campaign–
“Didi Ke Bolo” campaign is a public outreach program of first of its kind in the state launched by Mamata Banerjee. It provides citizens a platform where they can register their grievances about the administration and policy issues to the leaders. People can directly call on a helpline number (9137091370) or log into- www.didikebolo.com
The people can give in their suggestions or register their grievances under this initiative.
The program was designed by poll-strategist Prashant Kishore to increase the reach of TMC among the masses. Previously, The party has also lauded the success of its campaign when 10 lakh people reached out under this initiative within a short span of time.
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