BJP Mandal Bhadarwah celebrated “Digi-Dhan” festival. Various party Karikatras from across the Mandal attended the meeting. Though full fledged inferstructure is not available in this far-flung Mandal the pros and cons of cashless transaction were discussed. The Mandal president exhorted upon party workers to understand the cashless transaction system and then educate common masses about it. He claimed that the cashless mode of transaction will bring reveloution in national economy and social system as this will curb corruption and other evils like dowery and dumping of cruency notes. Others who spoke on the occasion include State Executive Committee member Koushal Kotwal, District working committee member Koushal Manhas, City President Raju Charak, Mandal Vice President Davinder Singh. BJYM General Secretary Vaneet Manhas and Prominent participants include S. Kartar Singh Vice President, Secretary Sanjay Charak, Hansraj Manhas, Mahilla Morcha President Satya Manhas, Minority Morcha President Mohd. Ameen Mir, Pooja Sharma, Munish Kumar, Pinky Sharma, Chandler Kotwal and Vishal Sharma.
Calls for Remembrance of Sacrifices Made by Our Freedom Fighters As part of the countrywide fortnight programmes on “Azaadi 70” BJP senior leader and MLC Vibodh Gupta today inaugurated a impressive programme at Maanpur in Nowshera. A large number of local people from different sections of the society participated in the programme with great enthusiasm. […]
Minister for Forests, Ecology and Environment Choudhary Lal Singh today inspected various forest compartments and nurseries at Kral Sangri and interacted with locals. The Minister asked the Divisional Forest Officers (DFOs) to involve local people in the plantation drives in the area. He said Government is making all out efforts to cover all open spaces […]
Continuing the spree of development in Jammu West, State President BJP and MLA Sat Sharma (CA) started upgradation works of Shiv Vikas park adjacent to Shiv Mandir at Vikas Nagar. Accompanied by officials of JMC (Jammu Municipal Corporation), Sharma started the works in the presence of many local residents and political activists. The upgradation works […]