Led by BJP Mahila Morcha Jammu District President Rekha Mahajan, morcha leaders organized a programme at Rainbow Public School, Gandhi Nagar, Jammu, related to demonetization in the series of events to celebrate the “Sushasan Divas” on the birthday of Bharat Ratna & former Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee.
The young students expressed their views on the benefits of demonetization and took a pledge to share the advantages with the family members and friends.
Certificates and gifts were distributed among the participating students.
BJP senior leaders & Mahila Morcha Prabhari Suresh Jamwal accompanied the morcha team.
On this occasion, Morcha Prabhari Smt. Suresh Jamwal said that Atal Behari Vajpayee firmly believe in good governance for the welfare of masses and overall development of the country. Even his political opponents always display high regards for him. His legacy of development and corruption free society is being carried forward by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who has taken a bold decision on demonetization.
Rekha Mahajan, in her address, said that PM Modi is carrying forward the agenda of good governance and country is at the threshold of cashless transaction, which will usher in an era free from corruption.
“It has happened for the first time after independence that we have a Prime Minister like Modi, who is working eighteen hours a day selflessly to mitigate the sufferings of the people and started a number of developmental projects and welfare schemes for the benefits of all sections of the society”, Rekha said and added that it is indeed good governance which is the gift of Narendra Modi to the people of India.
School Chairman K.K. Khajuria and Principal Suman Sharma also spoke on the benefits of demonetization and expressed attitude all the speakers for putting these good values in the students of their school.
Mahila Morcha State General Secretary Anju Dogra, Secretary Neeru Anand, District General Secretary Savita Anand also spoke on the occasion.
Pooja Chouhan, Kiran Aggarwal, Surinder Kour, Geeta Bassa and other Morcha activists were also present on the occasion