ITANAGAR, Feb 10: Retired PWD chief engineer Tabe Doni of Dumporijo, retired PWD superintending engineer Tapi Darang from Pasighat and former Congress MLAs Tojir Kadu and Nokchai Bohan officially joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) here on Saturday.
Their decision to join the BJP was announced in the presence of party state president Biyuram Wahge and other esteemed dignitaries at the BJP headquarters.
Expressing their confidence in the governance provided under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chief Minister Pema Khandu, and Wahge the inductees pledged to enhance the party's organizational strength both at the district and state levels.
Furthermore, the BJP welcomed also other notable individuals into its fold, including retired general manager of NEEPCO Tanya Taji, retired director of agricultural marketing board Tadu Game and several functionaries from the Congress party, such as Tumbom Riba, Kabom Dabi, Damrik Chisi, Take Bomjen, Darik Ragi, Chira Doye, Game Bomjen and Kengo Riba, among others, from the Nari-Koyu assembly constituency.
From Pasighat, former PMC councilor Tagom Donung along with Mahila Congress block president Tongki Nyure and BCC general secretary (Org) of Nanjo Siram also joined the BJP.
Wahge extended a warm welcome to the new members, expressing optimism that their inclusion would bolster the party's grassroots presence in the forthcoming 2024 elections.
BJP vice-president Tarh Tarak highlighted the growing interest among high-profile leaders, bureaucrats, and technocrats to join the BJP, citing their belief in the dynamic leadership of Prime Minister Modi and Chief Minister Khandu.
He emphasized BJP's commitment to fulfilling the aspirations of the people and invited like-minded individuals to join the party's efforts towards comprehensive development, social progress, good governance, and the vision of making India a developed nation by 2047.