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BJP holds working committee meeting at Bandipora

 

Srinagar , Nov 29 ( KINS) Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) held working committee meeting at Bandipora district, Keeping in practice to continuously review and plan its future strategies. BJP General Secretary (Organization) Ashok Koul, while addressing the meeting threw light on the organizational matters. and stressed on the important role of various Morchas in the growth of party.

Koul said that working committee acts as a tool to review the functioning of party units at various levels and do the needful.

BJP is a party of nationalists and the nationalists across the country should feel safe under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi’,” he said.

Koul also urged the Bharatiya Janata Party workers to become a “bridge of faith” between the party and the people and said they must forge ties with the people based on the party’s guiding values of “service, resolve and sacrifice”.

Spoke about the need to be in constant contact with the common people, of adopting a humane approach. Koul said that the work that was undertaken by the party during the Covid pandemic will show results years from now, and the party will benefit from the exemplary work that was done during this period. BJP’s core policy is to reach the poorest man and help them in their upliftment.

State Secretary Dr. Farida, District President Bandipora Abdul Rehman Tikri, District vice president Iqbal Jan, DDC Member Raja Ajaz, North Kashmir Incharge Mudasir Wani, Media Secretary  Bandipora Naseer Lone also attended the meeting.( KINS)

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