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BJP’s top focus in Jammu to mitigate problems of people: Kavinder
Discusses arrangements for Amit Shah’s rally in Jammu
10/22/2021 10:07:19 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Oct 21: Former Deputy Chief Minister Kavinder Gupta today said that Jammu and Kashmir has been marching on the path of development as a result of BJP government’s initiatives focusing on launching new infra-development projects and reviving long-pending ones lying dormant for several decades by removing the obstacles, through ensuring effective and transparent administration.
This was stated by senior BJP leader Kavinder Gupta while launching a development work at Ward No 47 in presence of Corporator, Sharda Kumari and prominent residents of the area.
Addressing a gathering, Kavinder Gupta said that the top focus of BJP in Jammu is to mitigate problems of the people and give them respite from miseries which they are facing in the last over seventy years. He said that the way the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government has ensured expeditious and time-bound completion of various development projects and implementation of various welfare schemes in J&K it seems that the agenda of BJP is synonymous to people’s aspirations as nothing has been lingered on to shift the responsibility to any upcoming government. The senior BJP leader said that central dispensation has provided surplus funds for the development works across the Union Territory and that is the reason behind irresistible development trail going on in J&K. He said instead of talking about big things the BJP leadership is focusing on local issues which can make a big difference in the lives of people. Meanwhile, Kavinder Gupta also honoured staff members of Urban Health Centre, Bahu Fort, Jammu, as India achieved a milestone of crossing 100 crore vaccination doses. He said that this milestone has been achieved due to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s initiative and valuable contribution of BJP workers who mobilized people for vaccination.
Among others who were present on the occasion BJP leader Rajiv Charak, State Vice President Anuradha Charak, District President Vinay Gupta, General Secretary Ankush Gupta, Circle President Shri Lucky Puri, Councilor Sharda Devi, Ward President S. Dalbir Singh, Vivek Patyal, Karuna Chhetri, Captain Moti Lal, Ajay Kumar and Sajan Gupta.
Later, Kavinder Gupta also chaired a meeting of party cadre and discussed arrangements in connection with upcoming Home Minister Amit Shah ji’s rally in Jammu on October 24. He said that this first public rally of Amit Shah ji after the nullification of Articles 35A and 370 from the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir will surely a long sought event by the party activists and common masses. He said that the occasion will give ample space to the party workers to know more about the party ideology and groom themselves to become resolute public representatives in the coming times.
Kavinder Gupta asked cadre to make all possible efforts and not to leave any stone unturned to make this event successful and memorable. He said that BJP is the only Government in the Centre which is committed to provide equitable development of Jammu and Kashmir.
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