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BJP Kashmir celebrates ‘Vikas Parv’ to showcase developmental agenda

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) celebrated the completion of two years of the Narendra Modi led NDA government at the Centre as well as State government as ‘Vikas Parv’ (development festival) at south Kashmir’s Pulwama district, on Wednesday.
The party workers of Pulwama district have assembled at newly opened office, where general public were informed about the various pro-people work done and dozens of schemes launched by BJP during their two-years of rule at central and more than a year rule in the state.
The function was presided by District President Pulwama, Master Abdul Gani, Vice President Avtar Singh, Constituency President Pulwama, Shabir Ahmad; Constituency President Tral, Manzoor Ahmad.
Munish Sharma Incharge Morchas, speaking on the occasion said that the inclusive development, job creation for youth, social initiatives such as “Beti Bachao Beti Padhao”, One Rank One Pension for retired defence personnel, and increase in FDI are some of the highlights of Modi’s two years in power.
“No corruption cases were reported during the BJP rule in the country,” he said.
Sharma also inaugurated the party office for Pulwama workers in presence of District Office Bearers and Constituency Presidents.
BJP Media Incharge Kashmir, Altaf Thakur released party’s pamphlet containing various welfare schemes launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi led NDA government at the centre. “The pamphlet has mentioned 52 such schemes, which have been launched by this government during the last two years for the welfare of youth, women, farmers, border people, weaker sections etc,” Thakur said.
BJP State Youth Vice President on the occasion said that soon after forming the government displayed the commitment to take all along and work towards social and economic upliftment of the people across the country without any favour or discrimination on the basis region or faith.
“Prime Minister has adopted the slogan of “Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas” in true sense and the same is visible on ground,” he said.
Many people joined the BJP on the occasion which includes three Sarpanchs from Congress.
Nisar Ahmad Ganie, Bopinder Singh and Sandeep Singh from Tral joined the party.