BJP holds State Working Committee Meet at Rajouri
State Working Committee Meeting of Jammu & Kashmir BJP was held on Sunday at Banda Veer Bahadur Bairagi Sabhagaar, Rajouri. It was attended by State Office Bearers, MPs, Ministers, senior leaders, MLAs, MLCs, Vice-Chairpersons, District & Morcha Presidents.
BJP National Vice President & Prabhari J&K State Avinash Rai Khanna, while addressing the meeting, asked the leaders to extend the party base to every nook & corner for achieving the target of 44 plus in the next elections. He said that as compared to 2014, today the BJP is having more representation in the form of MPs, Ministers, MLAs, MLCs and VCs, which is a strong force to achieve the desired goal. “The BJP will have full fledged 24 carat own government in J&K in next elections”, Khanna said and added that every activist has to work to keep each booth alive if we have to write a history in the State. He also spoke on GST, economic self assertion of Nation and Yoga Day. He appealed to donate funds in PM Relief Fund for flood victims in different parts of the country.
BJP State President & MLA Sat Sharma, in his Presidential address, said that Rajouri is the land of great patriots, who have sacrificed their lives in the service of land. He congratulated the gathering for having got a great personality from a very humble background, Ram Nath Kovind, who hails from Dalit family, as the 14th President of Republic of India. He mentioned the Surgical Strike, Demonitization, application of GST to the State as well as the killing of more than 100 militants and arrest of front rung separatists leaders by NIA. He condemned the attack on innocent Shree Amarnath Yatris and the supportive role played by BJP leaders for the injured Yatris. He also talked of taking the ideology of Dr. Shyama Parsad Mukherjee to every household, Mann ki Baat and the year 2022 dream of PM Modi when every person will have fair earning with dignity.
Dr. Nirmal Singh, while addressing the meeting, said that the coalition Government is committed towards the development of all the regions of State and at the same time, it will continue with its zero tolerance for the subversive and anti-national activities by militants and their supporters. He asked the participants to take the party activities and the schemes of Centre as well as State Government to every corner of the State. He attacked the negative role of opposition NC and Congress on vital issues like GST, terrorism, separatists etc. for petty political gains. While condemning attack on Shree Amarnath Yatris, he appreciated positive role of locals and said that guns and talks cannot go together, talks are possible only after the shunning the violence, within the framework of Constitution of India.
MP, Lok Sabha, Jugal Kishore Sharma, presented the Political Resolution of State BJP to be adopted in the meeting. He asked the party leaders to work whole heartedly for the party by adopting the new work culture started by the PM. he said that today we are achieving the aim of Congress Mukt Bharat which is a clear indication that the common mass is endorsing the public friendly policies of BJP led Central Government.
The resolution was seconded by Minister Abdul Ghani Kohli.
Rajya Sabha MP, Shamsher Singh Manhas summed up the resolution and spoke on the benefits of GST, developmental projects in progress in the State and Pakistan sponsored terrorism.
State General Secretary (Org.) Ashok Koul, was briefed about the political and organizational activities undertaken in Districts and Morchas during the last three months. He also sought details related to the Vistaraks, who have voluntarily opted to serve the party in areas other than their hometown.
A mesmerizing musical skit showcasing composite culture of Rajouri was also staged.
BJP former State President & MLC Ashok Khajuria also shared dais with the President & other leaders.
Proceedings of the meeting were conducted by State General Secretary Harinder Gupta and State Secretary Sanjay Baru read the minutes of last Working Committee Meet of BJP held in Doda.