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BJP reviews preparations for “Vilay Diwas” celebration

“Vilay Diwas” is most important event in history of J&K

BJP State unit conducted a review meeting to check various preparations for the celebration of the “Vilay Diwas” Accession Day of the State of Jammu & Kashmir with the dominion of India. BJP State President & MLA Sat Sharma along with State Vice-President Yudhvir Sethi, State General Secretary Harinder Gupta, MLC Vikram Randhawa and State Secretary Sanjay Baru carried threadbare discussions to check every minute detail of the programme.

While chairing the meeting, Sat Sharma sought every minute detail related to the organization of a huge programme in front of Brahaman Sabha, Parade on the very day of the full and final accession of the State of Jammu & Kashmir with the republic of India, thus becoming its integral part from that very day. He said that it is very unfortunate that some unscrupulous elements are hand and glove with the foreign elements particularly the neighbouring hostile country Pakistan to disturb the peace of the region and particularly the border state of Jammu & Kashmir. So in order to check the nefarious design of such antisocial elements and to progress the State on the very path of success and development, we have to celebrate this event like nothing before, he said. He said that we have to send a stern warning to those bosses of terror sitting across the border, that the state of J&K is the proud crown of India, and the very person or organization or state, whichever tries to challenge this truth will be taught a lesson like never before.

Sat Sharma appealed to all the residents of the state of Jammu & Kashmir to take part in the celebrations of “Vilay Diwas” and celebrate it with full pomp and show as it is the most important event in modern history of Jammu & Kashmir.

Yudhvir Sethi, while discussing the duties alloyed to the leaders of the party, asked them to target each individual aspect of preparations and arrangements in view of the expected great rush for the celebrations and also made appeal to the common masses to join the programme being organized in front of Brahaman Sabha, Parade on the 26th of October, at 10:30 in the morning.