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AAP holds meeting to strengthen party
1/12/2023 10:58:29 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Jan 12: The AAP workers & volunteers meeting was held at Talab Tilloo,under the chairmanship of S. Deep Singh, Founder & National Council Member & deliberated at length about the strengthening of Party at grass root level & down up to booth level. Addressing the participants of the meeting, S. Deep Singh exhorted upon the volunteers to spread in the villages & wards & educate the masses about the exemplary pro-people, pro-poor & pro-workers policies & programs of the Party on Delhi & Punjab pattern. It was also made cleared that at least two prominent workers of the village/MC ward with integrity & repute be assigned the job to educate the people of the village/MC ward & prepare them for the challenges ahead in view of fake, false & deceptive propaganda of ruling dispensation. The senior leaders who were present in the meeting, include, S. Deep Singh, Founder & National Council Member, Retired Major General Rajinder Singh Jamwal, Farooq Ahmed Banday, Ram Singh Chauhan, Nirmal Manha, Sikander Azam Chowdhary Sessions Judge (Retd), Kuldeep Kumar Rao, Amit Langer, Sarpanch Ravinder Singh, Jagdish Raj Chopra, S. Ranjodh Singh, Agya Kour, Charnjeet Kour, Sudesh Kumari, Tripta Devi, Sushma Malhotra, Neha Dogra, Sudesh Kumari, Vijay Laxmi Verma, Darshan Lal, Romesh Lal Bhagat, Suresh Bhagat, Ashni Kumar Mattu, S.Gurpreet Singh & others.
While addressing the Party enthusiasts and the locals, Senior Party leaders said that people are generally fed up with the false & dreamy promises of BJP mostly concentrated on religions, Hindu- Muslim, Nehru- Jinnah, Shamshaan- Kabristaan, Pakistan- Mandir- Masjid and that nothing is said about the JUMLAs thrown in the past. How long will BJP keep on fooling the masses & youths? They questioned and reminded that people were smartly befooled in 2014 & 2019 Parliamentary elections also in state elections in this duration, promising 15 lacs into the accounts of each house hold, doubling the income of farmers by ending 2022, MSP to the benefit of farmers , 2 crore jobs every year, removing corruption, decriminalization of politics, lowering prices of Diesel, Petrol, domestic gas, sand, Bajri, stones, making 100 smart cities, running of Bullet trains, constructing 1 model village in each constituency every year etc. They said and added that enough is enough now and that all the people can't be befooled for all the time as the people have seen through the game of polarization, of all traditional Political Parties so called the savior of Hindus & Muslims. The AAP leaders further said that time has come when all political Parties have been compelled to dole out Delhi Model of welfare schemes in the poll bound states in times to come sensing the mood of public who are badly fed up with the lies & JUMLAS of BJP & also price rise, unemployment, selling of ancestral assets to the friendly industrialists, corruption, acute price hike in Diesel, Petrol & LPG, Atta, Milk & other kitchen items etc the press release said and added that almost all people seemed angry & disappointed over the situation.
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