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BJP launches Parivartan Yatra to achieve Mission 44 plus

To achieve Mission 44 plus, Bharatiya Janata Party launched Parivartan Yatra on 20 August which will end on September 30. The Yatra will go through each and every Assembly Constituency and will organize public meetings in order to reach out to the masses and garner their support for the upcoming State Assembly Polls. A public meeting was held at Jammu East Assembly Constituency. The meeting was graced by the presence of MLA Jammu East Ashok Khajuria and Secretary, State Election Campaign Committee and State Incharge of Parivartan Yatra Sat Sharma (CA). The meeting was held under the leadership of District President BJP Rajesh Gupta. BJP leaders Yudhvir Sethi, Shiv Kumar Gupta, Purnima Sharma, ND Rajwal, Sunil Dogra, Kuldeep Kandhari.
Addressing the gathering Ashok Khajuria lambasted the callous approach of NC-Congress coalition government in the State and termed it as an anti public government. He said that the time has come to end the dynasty politics in the State just like it has been done at the Centre. He stated that under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the nation has already started touching new heights and it has marked itself globally. He also stated that the Central government has already started to work on new projects for Jammu and Kashmir which will help the State in achieving new heights. He also urged the participants to start working on their polling booths in order to gain support from the public.
Lambasting the NC-Congress coalition government in the State, Sat Sharma said that no sign of development in any sphere has been done by the State Government and worst conditions of Roads, Electricity supply and Water supply speaks all the truth. He said that the time has come when the opposition will come again and ask for their precious votes from the public but this time the public should ignore such parties which are least interested in the agenda of development. He urged the masses to make Mission 44 plus of Bharatiya Janata party, a grand success in order to bring a stable government in the State.
Rajesh Gupta said that in the history of politics of Jammu and Kashmir, the initiative to bring change was started in 1953 when the great leader of Bharatiya Jana Sangh Shyama Prasad Mookerjee sacrificed his life for his motherland and the day has come now when people should vote for a government which really has the temperament to work for the society and it is the Bharatiya Janata Party which has always worked on the agenda of development and has delivered it.
Yudhvir Sethi appealed to the participants to work on their respective polling booths so that highest number of votes could be gained by the candidates from each and every polling booth which will possibly help in achieving Mission 44 plus.
Ashwani Bali and Vinod Malhotra also spoke on the occasion.