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Dr. Suresh Ajay Magotra visits Base Camp of Siachen Border

BJYM State President Dr. Suresh Ajay Magotra on his week long pravaas (organisational tour) of Leh visits far-flung areas, where he had couple of meeting with BJYM activists. On his arrival in Leh, he has accorded warm welcome by BJYM Leh President Khachu Tashi and his team after that meeting was also held with BJYM team of Leh.

Dr. Magotra along with BJYM President Khachu Tashi toured Nubra Mandal where meeting was held at BJP office Nubra. BJP councilor Nubra, Lundup and BJP District President Nubra Gelak was also present.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Magotra said that it is a matter of pride for all of us to have our teams formed in this backward area of the country, now a little bit of this satisfaction will motivate us to work more hard so that our reaches will expand upto each and every backward corner of the State. He said that, the way BJYM Leh shows presence in each and every programme of the party which they get from the State shows the high level of team spirit, team work and discipline in all these activists. Our party have always given priority to the rural, poor and far-flung areas, which actually have the high hopes and aspirations from the governments and it is very unfortunate that the previous successive governments have only used these people for their political gains without giving them any deserving reward. Our party soon after coming in power have sanctioned Zozila tunnel which was the long pending demand of the inhabitants of this area, our government in Centre and coalition government of State is working hard to give benefits for the poor and needy people of this country especially the Youth and in a step forward a lot of projects have already been initiated so that the needy Youth can get a platform to compete with each and everyone across the country.

Dr. Magotra also visit base camp of Siachen Glacier where he meet with Indian Army Jawans and appreciated their selfless services for the country by working in harsh and hard conditions to protect the border of our motherland