People must avail welfare schemes: Sat
BJP State President & MLA Sat Sharma (C.A) while addressing a massive gathering in W.No. 17 of Janipur mandal under party’s recently launched “Jan Vishwas Yatra” at Mandal level, said that during two years of BJP led NDA government at the Centre and 10 months coalition in J&K in previous government, a number of mega developmental projects and dozens of welfare schemes stood launched.
Sat Sharma said that after successful conduct of “Vikas Sushasan Sankalp Rallies” at constituency level, the party today launched “Jan Vishwas Yatra” at Mandal levels to highlight the achievement of Modi government and previous BJP coalition government in the state.
“Be it PM Fasal Yojana, Atal Pension Yojana, Beti Bachao Beti Padao, Gas connections to poor women, Mudra Bank, Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, enhancement in the emoluments of SPOs, Make in India, provision of huge funds for widening of roads and constructing highways, extending rail connectivity etc. are the initiatives of NDA government aimed at development, welfare and bringing progress and prosperity”, said Sharma and added that an era of development has started in reality across the country.
Sharma further said that in J&K too, the BJP as coalition partner, brought corruption to end, provided people centric government with focus on women empowerment and welfare of weaker sections, youth, farmers etc. He asked the party activists to be more active in view of the forthcoming elections of ULBs and Panchayats and appealed the people to avail the benefits of welfare schemes and not fall prey to false and misleading propaganda of opposition parties on NFSA and other people friendly schemes.
Similarly, Ashok Khajuria led “Jan Vishwas Yatra” at Bishnah, Yudhvir Sethi at Rajouri, Bharat Bhushan at Purmandal, Parmodh Kapahi at Kathua, Karan Singh at Vijaypur, Bali Bhagat & Rajni Sethi at Raipur-Domana, Ashok Kaul at Billawar Kandi, Dr. Narinder Singh at Samba, Harinder Gupta at Talab Tillo, Pawan Khajuria at Udhampur, Sunil Sethi at Muthi, Munish Sharma at Hiranagar, Sanjay Baru at Reasi, Vikram Randhawa at Kishtwar, Anil Parihar at Ramban, Rajinder Sharma at Arnas, Sunil Gupta at Poonch Rural, Anuradha Charak at Gandhi Nagar, Vijay Sharma at Basohli, Arun Chhibber at Nowshera, Ajatshatru Singh at Nagrota, S. Charanjit Singh Khalsa at Maira, Chander Mohan Gupta at Jammu East, Vibodh Gupta at Rajouri Rural, Brig. Anil Gupta at Suchetgarh, S.S. Bijral at R.S. Pura, Arvind Gupta at Satwari, Suraj Singh at Mathwar, Som Raj Khajuria at Tikri, N.D. Rajwal at Nud, Suresh Jamwal at Bari Brahmana, Bansi Lal Bharti in Pargwal, S. Varinderjit Singh at Arnia, Jaidev Rajwal at Miran Sahib, Ramesh Sharma at Jaganoo, Sumit Gupta at Ram Nagar, Praduman Singh at Khour, Suresh Sharma at Jourian, Jugal Gupta at Doda, Kuldeep Magotra at Katra, Rajinder Gupta at Bani.
At many mandals, the local MLAs, District and Mandal Presidents also led this yatra.