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100s join, express faith in Shiv Sena
2/12/2024 9:38:08 PM
Early Times Report
UDHAMPUR, Feb 12: Influenced by raising the voice on public issues and restoration of rights of local people around 100 people from various political parties join the hand with Shiv Sena (UBT) Jammu and Kashmir unit.
In a program organized in Karmchi area of district Udhampur in the presence of state chief Manish Sahni, about 100 BJP workers and supporters joined the party holding placards written "Resignation from BJP" , "Time for Shiv Sena" joined and expressed their faith in Shiv Sena. Party Vice President Sanjeev Kohli, Balwant Singh Organizer Shaikh Muhammad, President Kamgar Raj Singh, District Udhampur President Sanjeev Sharma welcomed the new entrant with Shiv Bandhan and Nishan.
The local people present on this occasion informed the Shiv Sena leaders about all their problems including the plight of roads, lack of electricity, water supply, pension for senior citizens and disabled people.
Sahni said in his address that the government is wasting crores of rupees of public tax in the name of smart city, while the people of hundreds of villages including Karimchi village of Udhampur, Har Tehran are deprived of basic facilities like roads, electricity and water.
Sahni assured that Shiv Sena pledges to restore the first rights of local people on better education, health, free electricity and water and jobs and educational institutions in Jammu and Kashmir. In all the upcoming elections, Shiv Sena candidates will contest the elections with this resolve and will prove to be true to the test of the public.
Sahni announced the Rajesh Verma, who had joined the party, as the district general secretary while Muhammad Hussain, Bashir Ahmed, Ghulam Haider, Muhammad Riaz were included in the list of officials of village Har Tehran and Mancha, Muhammad Shakeel in the list of officials of village Karimci unit. on this occasion. Many party leaders including Mangu Ram, Vishal Verma, Neelam were present on this occasion.
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