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BJP Kashmir pays tribute to Pt. Deen Dayal Upadhayay

Paying glowing tribute to Pt. Deen Dayal Upadhayay on his death anniversary,

Bharatiya Janata Party, today organized different functions across Kashmir to highlight the struggle and contribution for the nation building.

The main function was held at party office, Srinagar, organized by District vice President Srinagar; Ashok Bhat; State Vice President Minority Morcha; Adv. Syed Wajahat Hussain, Office Incharge Kashmir; Mohammad Tahir Mir, Constituency President Habakadal; Fayaz Ahmad Bhat, State Secretary Minority Morcha; Sheikh Ab. Rashid Akouri, Sheikh Shahid, Muneer Ahmad Shah, Manzoor Ahmad Ganie, Bashir Ahmad, Shabir Shah, Mohammad Maqbool Wagay, Mohammad Adil Malik and others, were Present in the function and was presided by State media Secretary Altaf Thakur , who threw light on the life of Deen Dayal Upadhayay and his contribution to the nation.

“Pandit Ji came in contact with Sangh in 1937, opted to go as Pracharak in 1942, worked as Vibhag Pracharak and later Seh- Prant Pracharak of Uttar Pradesh. Elected National General Secretary of Jana Sangh in Kanpur convention and remained on this post from 1951 to 1967,” Thakur said, adding, Pandit Ji led a number of protests and Satyagrah, including that of Kashmir Stayagrah, held protest demonstration with 5 lakh people outside Parliament House in the protest against on August 16, 1965.

Thakur said Pandit ji despite hardships qualified Civil Services examination, he did not go for government job and devoted his life for the service of the nation after being inspired by the ideology of Sangh.

Terming him a great visionary leaders and inspiration for generations, Thakur said Pt. Deen Dayal Upadhayay view was “the nation cannot progress until the people living at the lowest level are not uplifted”.

‘On the occasion Ashok Bhat Said was of the view that the illiterate, Foolish be worshipped. It is our social and human dharma; we should provide them basic amenities. Integral humanism, cultural nationalism, organization, co-ordination like subjects, he had very positive and relevant views,” Bhat Added.

Ashok Bhat further said that he led a life of a saint only two pairs of clothes and few books were his personal asset. “Pandit ji was masiah of poor In just 44 days of his election as Jana Sangh National President, his dead body was found on Mughal Sarai Railway Station under mysterious circumstances on February 11, 1968,” he said.