Lok Satta

Saturday, 23 November 2013 13:45

Lok Satta to consider electoral strategy at annual meet on 24th Nov


The Lok Satta Party has drawn up a day-long program for its seventh annual conference at Classic Gardens in Secunderabad on Sunday, November 24. Nearly 3000 party leaders from all over the State will take part in the conference. With general elections hardly six months away, the party at its annual conference will ponder over its electoral strategy. It will also focus its attention on the political crisis brewing in the State over the Union Government’s decision to bifurcate the state. The conference begins with the hoisting of the national and party flags by the party’s national President Dr. Jayaprakash Narayan and lighting of the lamp by Mahila Satta leaders. After introductory remarks by State Lok Satta Party President Katari Srinivasa Rao, Dr. JP will be addressing the conference at 11-00 a.m. Thereafter, there will be a discussion on a number of resolutions to be adopted at the conference. They deal with organizational matters, an action program on people’s problems, empowerment of local governments, and problems of farmers, women, youth and weaker sections. Lok Satta Party national General Secretary Surendra Srivatsava and party delegates from other States will address the conference. After discussion on a political resolution, Dr. JP will deliver the valedictory address at 4-00 p.m. There will be cultural programs both in the morning and in the afternoon.