JAMMU, Feb 28: Stating that the Narendra Modi Government has given new direction to the Indian politics and today there is no place for corruption, black money and nepotism, BJP State president & MLA Sat Sharma said that the two terms of UPA were full of scams and scandals.
Sat Sharma, who was addressing the closing session of one day Working Committee Meeting of BJP Minority Morcha, said that when Narendra Modi took over the reins of government at the Centre, there was all time high corruption and scams had become a normal matter. After taking over as PM, Narendra Modi has wiped out corruption and a people-friendly, pro-poor government is visible on ground.
” BJP is the world’s largest political party at present and this achievement itself shows that all the sections and communities in the country have come forward to strengthen the party, which is doing its best for the people and the nation”, Sat said and added that Modi government has launched various welfare schemes for the benefits of all the sections of the society, especially for the minorities.
Sat Sharma said that NC is out of power today and its State president is talking for talks but will he tell why his party did not attend the All Party meeting called by PM Modi last year to discuss Kashmir turmoil? He charged the NC of dual standards for political survival.
State general secretary (Org.) Ashok Kaul, on this occasion, said that the Minority Morcha has constituted its units across the State and the people of minority communities are joining BJP in large numbers as they are convinced that the BJP, its policies and programmes are aimed at social, economic and political empowerment of minorities.
Minority Morcha State president Sadiq Khan, spoke on the Morcha’s activities being undertaken in the State and the measures to highlight the achievements of Modi government.
Morcha State Prabhari Munish Sharma said that the every Morcha set up by the party has its own importance and Minority Morcha carries a lot of significance.
Morcha general secretary Tariq Keen said that large number of people from different communities under minorities have realized the need to support and strengthen BJP for their welfare and development.
BJP State secretary Sanjay Baru recited the National Anthem, Minority Morcha State secretary Taj Mohd. Khan presented vote of thanks and Morcha State general secretary Gurdyal Singh Bali conducted the proceedings.