JAMMU, Jan 1: To encourage participation of youth in the party, a programme was organised by Bhartiya Janta Yuva Morcha (BJYM) here today wherein BJP general secretary (Org) Ashok Koul, BJP State general secretary Dr Narinder Singh and BJYM State president Dr Suresh Ajay Magotra exhorted youth activists to further strengthen the party at booth level.
Ashok Koul, in his address, stressed that to achieve the target and dreams of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, every youth activists has to work day and night so that we can achieve the target of New India. He said that the recent elections results in Gujarat and Himachal show that people across the nation have accepted BJP with both hands for the service of the country. Now youth activists should work day and night to activate the organisation at booth levels so that there will be a direct contact between the common people and the activists of our party,” he added.
Narinder Singh said that the schemes launched by PM Narendra Modi for the welfare of youth, farmers and rural population itself speaks that the BJP Government at the Centre is concerned for the economic upliftment of the every section and want to bridge the gap between poor and rich population of the country. He also spoke on some of the packages given by Modi led Government to the youth of J&K State. “Narendra Modi led Government has boosted the morale of the youth of our country, youth oriented schemes and packages have given them a reason to believe that they can also compete with the rest of the world in each and every sphere of their life,” he said.
In his address, Dr Suresh Magotra, said that the youth of J&K have chosen BJP for the peace and development of the State, and Yuva Morcha has reached in all the three regions of the State. “BJYM has a good strength of activists in every district of the State, our Mandals are already completed, now the next focus is to reach at booth level,” he said and added that the youth brigade of the party was ready with all the energy to take again the party on winning note in upcoming local body elections.