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Sh. Sunil Sharma conducts open Public, Karyakarta Darbar

Minister of State and MLA from Kishtwar Assembly Constituency, Sunil Sharma conducted open Public and Karyakarta Darbar to listen and address their problems at BJP Headquarter, Trikuta Nagar.

While sharing his views on Public and Karyakarta Darbar, Minister said Prime Minister Narendra Modi led Central Government as well BJP-PDP Government in the State is working with keeping in view the circumstances of last person standing in the row. He said that BJP works on the principle of “Nation First, Party Second and Self Last” and holds the distinction of only Nationalistic party in the Nation. He said that BJP in order to mitigate the sufferings of masses has chalked out a schedule of party MPs and Ministers, where they interact with party activists and public.

Sunil Sharma said that the people have expressed faith in able leadership of PM Modi. He also appreciated the appointment of special representative of Government of India, Dineshwar Sharma to have specific inputs for the restoration of peace and prosperity in state, while lauding the role of security forces in checking militant and separatist’s activities. He maintained that while BJP is taking every step for development of the state, it is committed to its stand of Nationalism while not ignoring aspirations of Jammu region.

Number of deputations met Minister for redressal of their personal as well as public problems. Various important issues were highlighted by the deputations regarding revenue related problems, youth related problems, transport related problems, public works, rural development, Panchayati Raj and agriculture production from across the region. Minister sorted out many of their problems telephonically as well as recommending to the appropriate authorities.

Whole program was coordinated by State Secretary & State Incharge Election Related Matters Rajinder Sharma and State Additional Office Secretary Suresh Sharma.

Vice-Chairman OBC Board Rashpaul Verma was also present in the darbar.