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BJP pays tributes to Bansi Lal Bharti

The State unit of BJP orgainsed a Condolence Meeting (Shouk Sabha) at Trikuta Nagar office to pay tributes to its founder member & senior leader Bansi Lal Bharti. The party leaders laid wreaths at his portrait as a mark of respect to him.
State President & MLA Sat Sharma, in his tributes, termed the sad demise of Bharti as a great loss to the party and also to the society and said that he was a multifaceted personality having commitment for the cause of the society without any wish for a post.
Dy. Chief Minister Dr. Nirmal Singh, while paying tributes to Bansi Lal Bharti, said that that he got associated with RSS and BJP in the times when the weaker sections used to maintain distance from these organisations. For Bharti, self was never a priority. Such leaders are born to write history and rule the minds of people.
Rajya Sabha MP Shamsher Singh Manhas said that Bharti was a noble soul who always remained in forefront to serve the party. His long association with the party will remain a golden chapter in the history of BJP and keep inspiring the party cadre.
Speaker, J&K Assembly, Kavinder Gupta recalled his earlier days of his getting associated with BJP when Bharti was a known face of the party.
State General Secretary (Organization) Ashok Koul said that in the demise of Bharti, the organization has suffered a huge loss because he was not merely a leader of weaker section but an asset of the party.
MLC Ashok Khajuria, in his tributes, said that Bansi Lal Bharti was never after any post but had the zeal to work for the party, which is a rare quality in the present day leaders.
Senior leader Chander Mohan Sharma recalled his long association with Bharti and narrated few instances which proved his concern for the party and the society.
BJP Senior leader ND Rajwal shared his numerous experiences in social and political career with Bansi Lal Bharti and said that he devoted his entire life to the party.
BJP State General Secretary Harinder Gupta conducted the proceedings of the Shouk Sabha. The meeting also observed two minute silence for the peace of the departed soul.