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BJP workers to act as bridge between party, Public: Rekha Mahajan
1/12/2023 10:59:36 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Jan 12: President BJP Jammu District South Rekha Mahajan, today conducted an important monthly meeting of Gadhigadh Mandal here at Gadigadh falls under Jammu District South.The meeting was organised under the Presidentship of Mandal President Vijay Sharma. District General Secretary Akash Chopra, Senior Leader Pandit Ashok Khajuria, Anil sharma, Mandal office bearers, Mandal Morcha Presidents were present in the meeting.
Rekha Mahajan, in his address, asked the BJP cadre to bolster the party at wards as well as at booth level to ensure a resounding victory in all the ensuing political battles in the Union Territory, especially the upcoming Assembly polls. She laid stress on strengthening organizational setup to the hilt so that the party's triumph at all the political contests could be ensured in the coming future. Rekha advice the party workers to disseminate information about Modi Government's flagship schemes among the common masses so that doubts if any can be warded off timely leaving no scope for the opposition parties to take undue benefits by swaying people by misleading them.
Rekha Mahajan asked BJP workers to act as a "bridge of faith" between the party and public . She encouraged party workers and apprise the "Victory Mantra" to party cadres and urged them to intensify to launch of a massive door-to-door campaign- "Booth as well as wards Sampark Abhiyan", across the Jammu district South RS Pura. Through this family connect program, the BJP has targeted to touch maximum families across the J&K, She added. She also underlined upon the party activists of the Gadigadh Mandal to keep themselves updated with the welfare schemes of the Modi government and reach out to the masses to guide and help them in availing of the benefits.
She asserted that the netizens know very well that no one except BJP can give good leadership and a good government full of development in Jammu and Kashmir. Rekha accentuated that the BJP is a very strong cadre-based organization that survived for over 60 years and it is becoming muscular day by day due to its pro-public policies and ideology.
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