KARGIL (LADAKH), Aug 6: Looking forward to party’s victory in Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council (LAHDC), Kargil, BJP’s 10 candidates filed nominations for the prestigious elections in the region.
Out of 26 Kargil Hill Council seats, BJP’s 10 candidates so far filled their nomination papers whereas no other candidate from any party has filled nominations for the prestigious elections.
BJP’s thrust on the LAHDC, Kargil elections can be gauged from the fact that for these elections, party State president, Ravinder Raina (MLA) along with other top rung leaders of the party are already camping at Kargil for campaigning.
Union Minister of Minority Affairs, Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi will also address a huge rally at Kargil on August 23 to consolidate party’s position in the elections. MLC, Ch. Vikram Randhawa is presently camping at Zanskar, former ministers, Dr. Devinder Manyal is camping at Drass and Sat Sharma at Kargil town. Former MoS, Priya Sethi is busy in leading various rallies at different parts of Kargil, which have particularly witnessed maximum women participation thus effectively targeting a big chunk of voters.
BJP State general secretary and party’s Incharge for Ladakh region, Yudhvir Sethi, who is also camping at Kargil, is looking after all the issues related to the election management to secure win-win situation.
Today BJP State president ,Ravinder Raina visited Chaskoor, Sapi and Foker areas and attended various interactive meetings and rallies with the local masses. He was also assisted by BJP district president, Mohammad Ali to file nomination from Chaskoor seat.
Ravinder Raina, has prompted party workers to reach out to every single voter. Busy with conducting number of rallies, Raina has asked for leaving no stone unturned to secure trust and love of common masses. He expressed confidence that the love of public for the party due to selfless efforts of Prime Minister, Narendra Modi and party’s concern for the development of the region will surely help it to securing great results in the Kargil elections.