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Bharatiya Janata Party holds meeting of party cadres
1/9/2023 10:21:26 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Jan 9: BJP Senior leader, Jammu North Seh Prabhari Vinay Gupta today gave a clarion call to the party cadres of Jammu North to go to people with the report card of the Modi Sarkaar (union government), which is full of successes. The meeting was held under the leadership of its President Omi Khajuria, here at the party office in District Jammu North, Nagbani.
The meeting was pursued by District office-bearers, Mandal Prabharis, and Mandal Presidents including Morcha District Presidents. Vinay Gupta chalk out the strategy for the upcoming party agendas and discuss the Jammu North organizational layout along with senior party functionaries. He similarly partook in numerous topics taken up during the meeting, wherein threadbare fora held a review meeting and also chalk out future programs. The meeting held multiple discussions on various significant issues while Vinay Gupta and Omi Khajuria gave a resounding message to the party cadre to shun lassitude and start the mobilization of party workers to dispel the doubts created by the opposition parties among the masses about the party's functioning.
BJP senior leader, Vinay Gupta while addressing the workers during the meeting, asked the BJP cadres to prepare the roadmap for the party and start canvassing to ensure a thumping majority in the UT Assembly following the polls which are around the corner. He told to BJP Jammu North workers, that time is less and goals are high therefore every single day counts. Besides the meeting agenda revolved around the issues about focus on Smart City initiatives, fast-pacing ongoing projects, etc tackling efficiently the day-to-day issues and problems of the people and making strategies to fulfill the dream of all domains of society. Vinay also asked BJP Mandal Presidents to constitute the team as soon as possible and solve the problems of the public by staying in the midst of them.
Vinay Set up a slogan "Abki Baar 50 Paar", he underlined that this is not just a slogan, it shows the love and shows patriotism of every BJP worker towards the country. Vinay stated that the BJP will soon form the government in Jammu and Kashmir and will form it on its own. Vinay further said People in J&K have started enjoying the fruits of the department policies and programs of prime minister Narendra Modi and a new era had come about in J&K. He spoke out that converting J&K from a terror state to a tourism destination is a big achievement of the Modi Sarkaar. He highlighted that the "Modi-led BJP government brought J&K on the path of development. Underprivileged people were given rights, hundreds of centrally sponsored schemes were introduced, poor people were benefited and importantly millions of tourists this year visited the UT which is a record-breaking", Vinay Claimed.
District President Omi Khajuria made it clear that the populace of Jammu North should not face any difficulty on account of the lethargic working culture and also asked the BJP workers to gird up loins as the coming days are crucial as far as the future of the party in the UT is concerned. He said that the concerned party men should come up with a roadmap to ensure more and more people embrace and endorse BJP's ideology as there is no other party in J&K that can match the credentials of the saffron party.
District General Secretary Ajay Sharma conducted the proceeding while a vote of thanks was delivered by another General Secretary Surinder Bhagat.
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