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Sat Sharma (CA), while addressing National Executive meet at New Delhi

BJP State President and MLA Jammu West Sat Sharma (CA), while addressing National Executive meet at New Delhi, said that the party has set its organizational units at booth, Mandal, District and State level. It is indeed a matter of pride and great satisfaction that the BJP has its strong cadre in all the three regions of the State and all the activities are taken up simultaneously in Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh .

Speaking on various activities undertaken during the last three months in the State, Sat Sharma said that the party activists have been devoting more time to reach the masses and educate them about various welfare schemes launched by the NArendra Modi Government at the Centre and BJP coalition in Jammu and Kashmir. He said that there was almost zero inconvenience to the public after November 8‘s historic decision on demonetization in the State but still BJP had geared up its cadre at all levels to remain present in the bank  branches in their respective areas and extend help in case people face any problem while making transactions.

As for the programs related to Pt. Deen Dayal Upadhyay birth centenary year celebrations, Sat Sharma said that training workshops have been organized under Maha Prashikshan Abhiyaan and other programs that are being finalized by the high Command will be followed. He also said that more than 60 Whole Timers, including women activists, have voluntarily come forward to devote time for the party as “Vistarak” and they have been deputed to different areas of the State.

Sat Sharma also spoke on the working of the coalition Government in the State and added that within two years, our Government has achieved the distinction of being a coalition of Good Governance with no space for Corruption. He said that although BJP is in Government and its role is different than that was in the past but still the party go for strong protests against the opposition parties if any of them take a stand in favor of Anti National elements or question the accession of the State.