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BJP holds functions to felicitate newly Panchyat representatives in Kishtwar district
11/30/2018 10:36:27 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Nov 30: In order to felicitate the newly elected Panches and Sarpanches, the BJP held functions in remote Marwah and Trigam blocks of Kishtwar District.
Reports said that Sunil Sharma, former minister and Ex MLA Kishtwar made an extensive tour of Trigam Block during which he met Panches and Sarpanches who were elected recently. Congratulating the Panches and Sarpanches the former minister was of the opinion that they would come up to the satisfaction of the people and would carry the agenda of development to the gross root level.
The BJP claimed that out of six Sarpanches of Trigam Block five belong to it while as one Sarpanch namely Sudesh Rana who won the election as an independent candidate also joined BJP unconditionally. The former minister expressed contentment and satisfaction over the performance of the party in Trigam Block in recently concluded Panchayati Elections.
He said that people are getting influenced by the policies of the BJP and are joining the party fold in huge numbers which speaks volumes of the growing popularity of BJP. He further said that party would form Government in the state on its own and would grab good number of seats in Kashmiri valley also as the party has a strong cadre there.
In another function at Marwah, six Sarpanches and as many as 27 Panches who were recently elected joined BJP. Sharma while addressing the people welcomed the newly elected Sarpanches and Panches into the BJP fold.
Criticizing the false propaganda of NC and Congress against BJP, he said that they have been using their paid goons to malign the image of BJP. He said the people have said a big 'NO' with capital N to the divisive politics of NC and Congress.
It is pertinent to mention that out of 12 Panchayats, the election was held on only two Panchayats in Marwah block while four Sarpanches, all belongs to BJP were elected unopposed following boycott call from the people over the issue of construction of 1000 MW Pakal-Dool Power project as a result of majority of the population of Marwah area will get displaced due to submergence in the dam water.
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