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BJP committed to social justice, equitable socio-economic development: Kavinder
12/5/2023 10:59:10 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Dec 5: Kavinder Gupta, former Dy. CM and senior BJP leader accompanied by Shailja Gupta, J&K BJP working committee member, listened to the public grievances at BJP headquarters, Trikuta Nagar, Jammu. J&K BJP All Cell Incharge Rakesh Mahajan and Mahila Morcha leader Salma Sheikh were also present on the occasion.
While conducting grievance redressal at BJP headquarters, Jammu, Kavinder Gupta, former Deputy Chief Minister, said that with the responsiveness and commitment to the masses, senior party leaders are daily attending the public at the party headquarter.
Kavinder Gupta said that Bharatiya Janata Party is committed to social justice and equitable socio-economic development. The party has committed itself to the development of all the sections of the society and particularly those classes which were neglected earlier due to the skewed policies of the past Congress led governments.
Kavinder Gupta said that certain opposition parties are hell bent to destroy the social hormony in the society for their own petty gains. He added that Union Government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Bharatiya Janata Party are committed to provide policies or reservations safequarding the interests of every single community and uplifting the ‘earlier left out’ social classes.
Kavinder Gupta further said that the BJP, through various policies and schemes has given special focus to uplift the classes like OBCs, Paharis, STs, SCs, women in Jammu & Kashmir and has special care to provide benefit to all while not snatching advantage from anyone.
Shailja Gupta, remained present and diarized the issues presented. She said that senior party leaders listen to the issues of public daily at the party headquarter and many people visit the party leaders to present their issues.
Numerous individuals and deputations from different parts of Jammu & Kashmir visited the party office to represent the issues of their respective areas as well as their individual concerns before the senior party leaders. Listening patiently to the various issues represented by the deputations, senior BJP leaders telephonically talked to the concerned departmental officials for resolving the issues and also issued letters to many of them.
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