|Early Times Report|
JAMMU, Sept 29: Rekha Mahajan, the District President of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Jammu South, has launched the "Basti Sampark Abhiyan," a campaign aimed at fostering stronger connections with marginalized communities. The initiative kicked off with a visit to the Jawahar Nagar Pasmanda basti in the Bahu Constituency, drawing the participation of numerous party leaders and dedicated workers from Jammu South.
Rekha Mahajan, accompanied by District Vice President Narinder Gupta, Gandhi Nagar Mandal President Bharat Bhushan, Shaktikendra Parmukh Ankit Kochhar, Booth Presidents Vivek Khajuria and Naresh Kumar, as well as a team of BJP members, embarked on this mission to engage with the local community.
Addressing the public during the Basti Sampark Abhiyaan, Rekha Mahajan shed light on the party's vision and its proactive approach to government welfare schemes aimed at benefiting backward communities. She underscored the BJP's unwavering commitment to the nation and society, a commitment that traces its roots back to 1951 when the journey began with Jansang. She noted that the principles set forth by Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay were being furthered by Prime Minister Modi under the banner of 'Sabka Sath Sabka Vikas' (Collective Efforts, Inclusive Growth).
Rekha Mahajan highlighted that a significant proportion of beneficiaries in key government initiatives, such as Kisan Samman Nidhi, Jal Jeevan, and PM Aawas, belong to scheduled castes, Dalits, and Adivasis, with figures reaching 30 percent, 32 percent, and 34 percent, respectively. She urged party members to serve as bridges, ensuring that these welfare schemes reach the most marginalized and downtrodden sections of society.
Furthermore, Rekha emphasized that Prime Minister Modi is leading the country in breaking free from its colonial legacy. Symbolic name changes, such as renaming 'Raj Path' to 'Kartavya Path' and transforming the Prime Minister's residence from '7 Race Course' to 'Lok Kalyan Marg,' reflect this transformative journey. She attributed these changes to the Modi-led government's commitment to the "path of duty" (Kartavya Path), rather than merely seeking to rule (Raj Path) as some other political parties have done in the past.
In conclusion, Rekha Mahajan highlighted the government's dedication to serving every segment of society and reaffirmed her party's commitment to fostering stronger bonds with marginalized communities through initiatives like the "Basti Sampark Abhiyan."