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Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh is and will remain a non-political organization: Surendra Pandey

Ranchi EW News: The Bhartiya Majdur Sangh 8th triennial convention for Jharkhand Pradesh commenced at Saraswati Shishu Mandir’s hall from December 30th to 31st. Numerous proposals were passed during the event. Notable attendees included Surinder Kumar Pandey, Deputy National General Secretary of the akhil Bhartiya Majdoor Sangh, Dr. Asha Lakda, Ex Mayor of Ranchi Municipal Corporation, Dharmdas Shukla, Regional Organization Secretary for the North-East Region, Sandhya Mishra, Central Women’s Representative of the All India Executive Committee of the Bhartiya Majdoor Sangh, Satyanarayan Singh, State President of the Bhartiya Majdoor Sangh, Sunil Kumar, State Secretary of the Bhartiya Majdoor Sangh and many Central and regional representatives.
Saroj Acharya, of the Working Journalists of India also graced the occasion. Current Mayor Asha Lakda highlighted Jharkhand’s rich mineral wealth and greenery, emphasizing the need to harness talent within the state. She praised the Bhartiya Majdoor Sangh as the nation’s largest organization fighting for the rights of marginalized workers. Surinder Kumar Pandey, Deputy National General Secretary Bhartiya Majdoor Sangh emphasized the non-political nature of the Bhartiya Majdoor Sangh, asserting that the welfare of workers is best served through non-political entities. He further added that the union consistently engages in constructive discussions and remains unafraid to voice its opinions. As responsibilities grow in the coming days, he urged everyone to remain prepared. The convention witnessed discussions on various topics related to worker welfare by eminent guests on the dais.

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