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Ashok Koul asks party whole timers to fortify booths
1/22/2023 10:44:47 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Jan 22: Ashok Koul, General Secretary (Organization), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), J&K asked party Vistaraks (whole timers) to fortify booths in a meeting conducted at BJP headquarter, Trikuta Nagar, Jammu.
J&K BJP General Secretary Dr. Devinder Kumar Manyal and Pawan Sharma convener Vistarak Yojana and Prabhari District Doda also addressed the meeting.
Ashok Koul, while addressing the Vistaraks, enlightened them on various aspects of field working. He apprised of their duties and said that they need to focus on strengthening of party organization and further asked them to rope in all the prominent members of the civil society by approaching them with all the public welfare schemes initiated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi led Centre Government. He also asked the party Visataraks to assume the pro-active role in reaching up to every ground level party activist to prepare them for the forthcoming elections in Jammu & Kashmir.
Koul shared information about various forthcoming party programmes. He asked the Vistaraks to ensure that the party programmes be held at booth level with the involvement of prominent members of the civil society.
Dr. Devinder Manyal stressed on increased Pravas by the party activists and the regular meetings. He asked the party workers to work incessantly and said that there is no time to take rest. He asked the Vistaraks to focus on booth level management in coming times and said that the party has geared for Assembly polls.
Pawan Sharma provided a brief overview of Vistarak Yojana and assured the party leadership that they will leave no stone unturned in ensuring the reach of party to every hamlet and each household of the region.
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