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Dr Rohit Gupta demands revamp of developmental activities in Subash Nagar
1/18/2023 10:43:53 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Jan 18: Apni Party Provincial Secretary and District President Jammu Urban, Dr Rohit Gupta has demanded revamp of developmental activities in Subash Nagar and other adjoining areas.
Addressing a meeting of Apni Party workers at ward number 26 in Subash Nagar, Dr Gupta said that the JMC has provided equitable development in all the wards of the areas falling under the jurisdiction of Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC).
He said that the people have no hopes with any other political parties. "The traditional political parties have been exposed because of their divisive agenda. Hence, they have pinned their hopes with the Apni Party under the leadership of Syed Mohammed Altaf Bukhari sahab, President of the Party," he said.
He said that the Apni Party is committed to overall development and protection of the rights of the people.
"It is the result of the Apni Party's policy and agenda that dozens of people are joining us day by day," he said while welcoming the new entrants into the party.
Over a dozen people join the party in presence of Dr Rohit Gupa while expressing faith in the party's leadership and agenda. Prominent among those who attended the meeting include Provincial Secretary Apni Trade Union Daljit Singh, Kishore Chib, Om Parkash Dansalia, Vikas Bakshi, Mohan Lal, Ml Mahajan, Kanav Singh, Avtar Singh, Kuldeep Singh, Mohd Hafiz, Mohd Sadiq, Dwarka Nath Khajuria, Kewal Singh, and others.
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