Soon after their return from Union capital, BJP State President & MLA Sat Sharma, alongwith State General Secretary (organisation) Ashok Kaul, reached Udhampur and chaired a high level meeting of the party activists drawn from different districts of the state to take stock of the preperations made so far with regard to the April 02 scheduled public rally to be addressed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Modi Ground, Battal Ballian in Udhampur.
The meeting was organised by BJP State General Secretary Pawan Khajuria and District President Rakesh guptaSat Sharma, on this occasion, said that Prime Minister Natrendra Modi is going to dedicate Asia’s longest Nashri tunnel to the nation and it will be historic event for the State. In order to express gratitude to the PM for inaugurating the tunnel and convey greetings to him on the landslide victory of BJP in UP and other states, party activists and the people from all the areas of the state will reach Battal Ballian to participate in the rally and listen to the PM. The BJP has geared up its entire cadre across the state to make the rally successful for which meetings at the booth levels have already been started by the local leaders. He asked the party activists to mobilise the public in large to be part of the mega rally.
Ashok Koul sought the details related to the number of local meetings held so far in respective districts, the expected number of people who will reach Battal Ballian and other related arrangements for the conveninence of the public.
Later, Sat Sharma and Ashok Koul held separate meetings with State Office Bearers, District Prabharis and District Presidents to review the preparations in each district.
Former State President & MLC Ashok Khajuria, PHE Minister Sham Choudhary, Forest Minister Ch. Lal Singh, MoS Education Priya Sethi, MoS Finance Ajay Nanda also addressed the meeting.
Prominent among those attended the meeting included, Party State Office Bearers, Board Chairperson & Vice Chairpersons, MLAs, MLCs, Morcha State Presidents, District Presidents and prominent activists of Udhampur.