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A meeting of State Office Bearers of BJP commenced at Srinagar

With the lighting of traditional lamp by State President Sat Sharma, alongwith National Vice President & J&K Prabhari Avinash Rai Khanna, Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Nirmal Singh, Lok Sabha MP Jugal Kishore Sharma, Rajya Sabha MP Shamsher Singh Manhas and MLC Ashok Khajuria, meeting of State Office Bearers of BJP commenced at Srinagar ahead of its historic Working Committee Meeting scheduled for October 29. Later, BJP National General Secretary Ram Madhav also reached the venue to join the party leaders.

Avinash Rai Khanna, while addressing the meeting, greeted the BJP family, particularly the Kashmir unit for coming forward to organize the Meeting for first time in the history of Jammu & Kashmir and termed it as the beginning of golden era for the fair politics in the state. He specifically said that it is the foundation on which the vibrant Lotus will blossom and spread positive vibes in the State. He said that the dedicated activists of BJP will work with enthusiasm for taking all the public welfare schemes and humanitarian ideology to the common masses of Kashmir. He emphasized that the BJP is set to form 24 Carat pure and fair Government in the next elections in the State.

Sat Sharma, while delivering Presidential address, expressed his regards to the land of Saints, which is going to be a historic event in the golden pages of J&K State. He said although the neighbouring country has been fomenting troubles in this border state since 1947, but the negative role of certain mainstream political parties in vitiating atmosphere of this heaven is really troublesome as they have resorted to misinformation and baseless campaign. He focused on the achievements of Narendra Modi Government and those of the state’s coalition government.

Jugal Kishore Sharma, in the meeting, asked the party leaders to be prepared for the elections to the Panchayats, which may be held in near future.

Shamsher Singh Manhas, said this Panchayat elections will be fought on “Panch” instead of “Sarpanch”, so more minute work is to be done to connect to the people.

State General Secretary (Org.) Ashok Kaul, discussed the forthcoming programmes of the party to be undertaken at different levels.

State General Secretary Pawan Khajuria conducted the proceedings of the meeting, while the minutes of last meeting were read out by state secretary Sanjay Baru.