Bihar: Umesh Kushwaha becomes the new JDU state president

Umesh Kushwaha was elected state president of JDU on the second and last day of the two-day meeting of the JDU state council in Bihar. Earlier during the meeting, Vashistha Narayan Singh resigned for health reasons and proposed his name to make Umesh Kushwaha the post of state president. This resolution was unanimously passed.

Go among every section of the society and work for the upliftment of every section:

On the first day of the party’s meeting, Chief Minister Nitish asked the JDU leaders who were defeated in the Bihar assembly elections to forget the election results and put themselves into full force. He had said that they should serve their respective areas in the same way as they would by winning elections. The government will run for five years. They should go among every section of the society and work for the upliftment of every section. In the coming times, they will emerge stronger than before.

He said that nowadays people use social media for propaganda. They spread different kinds of confusion. You should use it to keep your positive things among people. Inspire people, especially the new generation, to walk on the right path. He said that those who are in this party with a desire to get it, this party is not for them. Those who work selflessly and are working hard day and night will definitely be pushed forward, reports LiveHindustan.

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