RAJOURI, Aug 23: With a mission to register resounding victory in Municipality elections, senior BJP leader and MLC, Vibodh Gupta today convened a meeting at Nowshera, 40 kms from here.
MLC along with party men mulled strategies and various aspects to win Municipal elections with a huge margin. Meeting observed two minutes silence and paid rich tribute to the martyred young BJP leader Shabir Ahmad Bhat and two policemen in Kashmir. “Separatists belong to no religion other than the religion of violence and hatred”, stated Vibodh.
“Our mission is not only to win elections but also to deliver services to the citizens. We should organise public meetings and interactions to bring various welfare schemes of BJP Government at the notice of common masses. BJP’s work and services to poor, downtrodden and common people is its real strength and the same will help us in winning elections”, said MLC Vibodh while addressing party workers here. He asked them to gear up and foster the campaigning ahead of Muncipility elections.
Vibodh lauded the active and positive response from Party men and said, “workers of BJP are social warriors who are always willing to defend nation and provide service to countrymen”.
Expressing pain and anguish over the killing of young BJP leader Shabir Ahmad Bhat and two policemen in Kashmir, MLC said that their martyrdom will not go in vain and we firmly stand with their family members. MLC further said that killing of Shabir Ahmad Bhat was an act of cowardice and terrorist will soon receive befitting reply from Indian soldiers. Separatist can’t restrain youth of Kashmir from opting the right path as their true face has been exposed, stated Vibodh.
He further said extremism has almost extinct from Kashmir, therefore, their leaders stooped so low that on Eid they heckled Farooq Abdullah in the pious shrine of Hazratbal while offering Eid prayers.
Addressing party men BJP Nowshera, Seh-Prabhari, Neena Sharma asked party worker to work hard ahead of Municipality elections to bring more and more people into party fold. He further asked them to remain in touch with the issues of common people and convey the same to party top-leaders.