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Masses support to BJP, eager for PM Modi's third term: Ashok Koul
3/17/2024 10:29:05 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Mar 17: Ashok Koul, General Secretary (Org) BJP, expressed today that the people's choice for Prime Minister Narendra Modi to serve a third term is evident. The soaring momentum of the BJP is reflected in the increasing number of individuals stepping forward to join and strengthen the party.
He was speaking at the joining programme held at Party Headquarters wherein large number of people including women, youth and first time voters joined the party fold. These people joined the party fold under the leadership of Adv Purnima Sharma, Spokesperson BJP, J&K and former Deputy Mayor Jammu and Parmodh Kapahi, District President.
Speaking at the programme, Ashok Koul emphasized the growing popularity and trust placed by the people in the BJP, which is evident in the rising graph of the party with each passing day. The enthusiasm shown by the masses is a testament to their unwavering support for the party and the visionary leadership of Prime Minister Modi.
Koul said that Bharatiya Janata Party, known for its transformative policies and commitment to the welfare and development of the nation, has been successful in attracting individuals from all walks of life. The party's inclusive approach and focus on progress have resonated deeply with the people, leading to a surge in individuals coming forward to be a part of this ever-growing movement, he added.
Adv Purnima Sharma, in her address, emphasised that the overwhelming response to the event was a clear indication that people across Jammu and Kashmir were eager to witness Modi's third term as the country's prime minister. She emphasized the transformative policies, decisive leadership, and unwavering commitment to development championed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. She pointed out that these have resonated deeply with citizens and urged the first-time voters to exercise their vote wisely.
Adv Purnima asserted that the BJP remains dedicated to serving the nation and the people with utmost sincerity and determination.
With the support and aspirations of the people, the party is confident in its ability to lead the country towards continued progress, prosperity, and a brighter future for all, she added.
She also lauded the party's approach of youth outreach and commended the newly inducted members for their decision to join the BJP. She highlighted that the initiatives of the party in Jammu had created a buzz among the youth of the region, and there was a sense of excitement among them about the BJP's vision for the future.
Parmodh Kapahi, another BJP leader, shared his appreciation for the people of Jammu and Kashmir for placing their trust and belief in the government's ability to steer the nation towards continued progress and prosperity. He stated that the people's eagerness to see Narendra Modi serve as Prime Minister again is a clear manifestation of their unwavering support.
The newly joined members, on joining the BJP, assured that they will work wholeheartedly to strengthen the party base by sincere and dedicated work.
Among those who joined the party fold include, Anuradha ji, Sushama Bhan, Seema Gupta, Kavita Devi, Anu Sharma, Dr Shashi Bharti, Nisha Gupta, Kamlesh Devi, Anju Devi, Rajni Sharma, Abhay Partap, Surinder Singh, Ayushman, Vishav Partap, Akashdeep, Ranjit Singh, Sachin, Kuldeep and Abhi Singh.
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