BJP holds booth-level meet ahead of Panchayat polls
STATE TIMES NEWS
REASI: To cement the victory of BJP supported candidates in the approaching Panchayat and then Local Body Elections in the State, BJP led by State General Secretary (Org.) Ashok Kaul held booth Sammelan in its ongoing campaign to strengthen booth level structure of the organisation at Arnas falling in Gool-Arnas constituency of district Reasi.
Ashok Kaul, while addressing the party leaders and activists from Mandal and all booths, said that the BJP is working with the sole aim of providing best infrastructure in public sector and uplifting the status of the most neglected persons in the most unreachable sections of the society which forms the core base of the ideology held in high esteem by the party cadre as Antodaya and Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas.
He prompted all the party leaders to strengthen the booth level structure of the organisation by forming the booth committees so that the party activists could work with more vigour and encouragement to mitigate the sufferings of the masses in their respective areas to ensure the win of party supported candidates in the forthcoming elections.
Kaul focussing on the achievements of BJP led government prompted the party workers to take all the beneficial schemes to the common masses and asked them to work whole heartedly and extra hours with utmost personal integrity for the betterment of every single citizen of the country.
Posing faith in the clean and good governance of the organisation dozens of people led by social and political leaders also joined the BJP and said that only BJP can today provide a stable and realistic government with only nationalism in mind. They were welcomed by the senior leaders of the party who said that today people are eager to join the organisation due to the plethora of public friendly schemes and approach by the Modi government.
BJP State Working Committee member Raman Sharma, State Incharge Vistarak Programme Pawan Sharma, Mandal President Sukhdev Singh, General Secretary Joginder Singh and others were among the prominent leaders present in Sammelan.