All events

China, Pakistan hell bent to destroy India: Dr Narinder

‘Appeals people to join the main stream politics for safe future’

Appealing general public of Kashmir to join the mainstream politics for their safe future, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) state general secretary and Incharge Kashmir, Dr Narinder Singh said that India’s neighbors’ like China and Pakistan are hell bent to destroy the country.

Dr Singh, while interacting with the workers and ‘Alp Vistarak’ teams at Srinagar said India has been rapidly progressing at global level, which it’s (India) neighbor’ don’t want to see. “Pakistan and China are jealous about the rapid development of India, and are hell bent to destroy the country by its nefarious designs,” Dr Singh said, adding, general public can defeat them in their nefarious designs by joining mainstream politic sen mass.

Dr Singh, who is on his maiden visit to Kashmir after nominated as party Incharge Kashmir expressed happiness over the activities of party people in Kashmir. “I am happy to see our party people are dedicated to strengthen party at gross root level,” Dr Singh said.

On being nominated as the Incharge Kashmir, Dr Singh said that his priority would be to strengthen party in Kashmir and to spread it to every household in Kashmir. “Party people need to spread the awareness of different government schemes meant for the welfare of general public,” he added.

Dr Singh asked party workers to assure the people that the party was committed to address the genuine demands of general public. “Tell the people that we are here for your welfare, come and join us for your better prospects and secure future,”Dr Singh said.

Party youth president, Dr Suresh Ajay Mangotra on the occasion said that it was a good sign for the party that a huge number of youth are joining party. “The youth of Kashmir are working for the party as volunteers, which is a good sign,” he said, adding, this is a clear message to those people who choose different path to malign India at different fronts.

Present on the occasion were state- vice president, Dr Darakshan Andrabi; Vice- chairperson Dr Ali Mohammad Mir and G M Mir; BJYM national vice- president Er Aijaz Hussain; district presidents Srinagar, Budgam and Ganderbal Fayaz Ahmad Bhat, Bashir Ahmad Bhat and Ghulam Hassan Khan respectively.

District- vice presidents Ashok Bhatt, Hakim Masoud, Asif Masoudi, Moulvi Tariq; District general secretaries Arif Raja, Zubair Nazir, Aga Mousin. State secretary youth wing Bilal Parry.