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BJP Jammu District felicitates Rekha Mahajan newly appointed BJP District President Jammu South
12/5/2022 12:31:22 AM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Dec 4: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Jammu District led by its outgoing BJP District President Jammu Vinay Gupta felicitated newly appointed District President Jammu South Rekha Mahajan in the presence of BJP General Secretary J&K & Ex MLC Vibodh Gupta, District Parbhari & Chief spokesperson senior Adv Sunil Sethi, former Minister Priya Sethi, Deputy Mayor JMC Baldev Singh billawaria, BJP Vice President J&K Anuradha Charak, State office bearers, Corporators, including former district General Secretary Naresh Sharma, BJP District office bearers besides Mandal Presidents namely Bharat Bhushan, Neeraj Puri, Ranjeet Singh, and Vijay Sharma.
The newly-appointed District President South Rekha Mahajan was greeted with bouquets by fellow BJP senior leaders. Vinay gave a rousing welcome to the Rekha Mahajan at the party office, Trikuta Nagar, Jammu.
Vinay, while felicitating Rekha Mahajan admired and blessed her. He said that she served the party with a mission and every worker must do his or her allotted work dedicatedly.
Vinay Gupta thanked BJP J&K President Ravinder Raina, org General Secretary Ashok Koul for nominated her for the first time in the history of Jammu and Kashmir, and a woman has been appointed to this position.
While congratulating Rekha, BJP General Secretary Vibodh Gupta explained that BJP has emerged as a strong force of the common masses and he is sure that the upcoming elections in J&K will give a major boost to the development of the whole region. "People accepted the vision and mission of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's leadership and voted for peace and prosperity," he said.
Sunil Sethi, Priya Sethi, Baldev Billowaria, Anuradha Charak with other senior leaders also honored Rekha Mahajan and said under her leadership Jammu District South touched the new heights. They asked the BJP Cadres to strengthen the organizational setup in their respective Mandals and ensure every party program is organized within the masses. He stressed that people have pinned high hopes on the party and they must act as a bridge between the public and the organization.
Meanwhile, prominent social personalities from Jammu were also present on the occasion in the presence of Vinay Gupta at the party headquarter, here.
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