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BJP all set to return to power with record number of seats, gigantic margins: Kavinder
3/15/2024 10:48:44 PM
Early Times Report

REASI, Mar 15: Upcoming polls are the real test for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) cadre as nothing short of clean sweep is the aim of the party in the impending political battles and to achieve the goal hard work and dedication are the only keys.
This was stated by Kavinder Gupta, senior BJP leader and former Deputy Chief Minister while addressing Booth Management Meeting at Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra constituency here today. In the meeting Booth Presidents and Shakti Kendra Parmukhs joined the meeting.
The BJP stalwart emphasized the BJP’s potential to secure a resounding victory in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls with a record number of seats and gigantic margins across the nation. He said that the Party is poised to reclaim power at the Centre and usher in a new era of transformative governance.
With a dedicated team of passionate party workers, the BJP is geared up to exceed all previous electoral accomplishments by securing more than 400 seats in the Lok Sabha polls.
Kavinder said that synergy between different committees and the ground level workers could be the game changer for the forthcoming elections and therefore frequent meetings and chalking out strategy on the basis of real time situation is significant to ensure victory of the party. He asked them to strengthen the organization from the booth-level, and reach out to prospective voters from all segments and age-groups. ‘
He also 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. 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.
Rohit Dubey, District President, Arvind Gupta Prabhari and Inderjit Sangathan Mantri also spoke in the meeting.
Among those who were present in the meeting include Shashi Gupta, ex President Municipality, Ajay Baru, Saraf Singh Nag DDC Chairman, Rajinder Mengi DDC member, Baldev Raj Ex MLA, Nirmla Devi DDC Member, Yog Raj Vistarak, Pawan Kumar and Ramesh Kumar.
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