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Kavinder chairs monthly review meeting of Reasi assembly constituency
12/7/2023 10:55:56 PM
Early Times Report

REASI, Dec 7: Senior BJP leader and former Deputy Chief Minister Kavinder Gupta asked the party cadre to strengthen the party base at booth level to ensure resounding victory in all the ensuing political battles in the Union Territory.
The former Deputy Chief Minister said this while chairing a monthly meeting of Reasi Assembly Constituency in connection with ‘Booth Jan Samvad Abhiyan’. The meeting was attended by Rohit Dubey District President, Arvind Gupta Parbhari, Baldev Sharma Ex MLA, Kuldeep Dubey senior Leader, Pardeep Singh Seh Prabhari, Adv Pawan Dev Singh Dist in-Charge Booth Samvad Abhiyan, Sheel Magotra Ex President, Shashi Gupta Ex Chairman MC, Sudesh Puri Ex MC, Sukhdev Singh, Romail Singh District General Secretary, DDC Arnas Raj Kumari, Mandal and Morcha Presidents were also present.
Addressing party workers, Kavinder Gupta held threadbare discussion on the ongoing Booth Jan Samvad Abhiyan and Bharat Sankalp Vikas Yatra, asking party cadre to take these campaigns at ground level and make it a grand success. He asked them to strengthen the organization from the booth-level, and reach out to prospective voters from all segments and age-groups. He 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.
The senior BJP leader also asked the booth level 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.
Kavinder said that it is important to bring the voter to the polling booth and efforts should be made by the party workers to meet this challenge with utmost ease through strong resolve and conviction. He also said there is a need to strengthen the support base and take it to another level in the ensuing poll season. He also emphasized on strengthening BJP at the grassroots level. He said that ground level workers are the real ambassadors of the party as their efforts can prove to be the game changer especially to get favourable results in elections.
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