The state unit of Bharatiya Janata Party Minority Morcha today held a working committee meeting in Srinagar where in it was party has to be strengthened at all levels and to take the party’s pro-developmental policies to the door steps of people in Kashmir.
The function was presided by State President Minority Morcha Mohammad Siddiq Khan , State President and MLA Sat. Sharma, who was chief guest on the occasion, while as State General Secretary Organization Ashok Koul also addressed the gathering. Minister of State for Tourism and Education Priya Sethi also attended the function.
Speaking on the occasion, Sat. Sharma said that Prime Minister Narendera Modi’s polices have been proving successful and it is because of these schemes people are joining BJP in large number and its our duty to benefit people without any caste, creed and religion.
He said the great ideologues of BJP like Pandit Deen Dhayal Upadhaya, Dr Shama Prasad Mukherji, Pandit Prem Nath Dogra, who have put in their blood and sweat are torchbearers for us. He asked party men to take the slogan, of save Jal (water) Jan (people) and Wan (Forests) to the people.
In his speech, Ashok Koul said stressed on strengthening the party at all levels and address the grievances of people and to take the people’s problems to government for immediate redressal.
He said we have today, world’s strongest leadership and their policies are proving beneficial for the people of entire India and its time for us to follow such policies in J&K for the betterment of people.
MOS Tourism, Education, Culture Parks and Gardens Priya Sethi threw light on the broad contours of Centre and J&K government and urged party men to take these schemes to grassroot level so that people of all the regions of J&K are benefited.
She said that the only motive of the Centre and State government is corruption free government and implementation of all the pro-people schemes.
State President Minority Morcha BJP, Muhammad Sidiq Khan addressed party workers and urged them to strengthen to play a bigger role and to reach out to people even if there is a need to go to door to door campaign.
Those who were present included Vice chairman OBC and STSC Balbir Ram, State media secretary Altaf Thakur, State vice president Avtar Singh, State General Secretary Sheikh Bashir, State vice president Wajahat Hussain, State Gen. Secretary Sheikh Bashir, State Secretary Munira, State Secretary Noorul Nisa, Suman Goglani and others.