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BJP will monitor welfare schemes: Dr. Narinder

BJP State General Secretary Dr. Narinder Singh, along with BJP Publication Department State Incharge Rajnish Jain, IT & Social Media State Incharge Jaidev Rajwal, BJP Cells Incharge S. Virenderjeet Singh and District Presidents- Baldev Singh Billawaria and Ayodhya Gupta, released party’s pamphlet containing various welfare schemes launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi led NDA government at the centre. This pamphlet has mentioned 52 such schemes, which have been launched by Narendra Modi government during the last two years for the welfare of youth, women, farmers, border people, weaker sections etc.
Dr. Narinder Singh, while briefing the media persons about the details of these schemes, said that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, soon after assuming the chair, displayed the commitment to take all along and work towards social and economic upliftment of the people across the country without any favour or discrimination on the basis region or faith.
“Prime Minister has adopted the slogan of “Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas” in true sense and the same is visible on ground”,said Dr. Narinder Singh and added that the State unit of BJP has educated its cadre to follow the same.
Dr. Narinder Singh said that about 52 welfare schemes have been launched by Modi government but may be the benefit of any scheme is not reaching the genuinely deserving people and hence the BJP has decided to monitor the implementation of every scheme which stands extended to the State of Jammu and Kashmir . He said that every State government has an official as a Nodal Officer to oversee these schemes and the BJP will be in regular touch with these officials and help in getting these schemes taken to every area and ensure that no one is deprived of availing these schemes on account of any delay tactic of certain departments.
Dr. Singh expressed hope that more and more people will be benefited by these schemes in coming days and a new era of progress and prosperity starts in the lives of the people.