JAMMU, Feb 23: Ongoing membership drive of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) received a shot in the arm when over hundreds of youth hailing from different parts of Jammu West district joined BJYM under the leadership of Arun Prabhat Singh, its president for Jammu and Kashmir and Ex Cabinet Minister, Sat Sharma under its “Yuva Jodo Sankalp Abhiyaan” at a function held at BJP office, Kachi Chawni today.
They were welcomed into the party-fold by ArunPrabhat Singh, president BJYM JKUT, Preety Choudhary, vice president and Prabhari Jammu West, Abhishek Slathia vice president BJYM JKUT, Ritiz Kahjuria president Jammu West district and other leaders of the Morcha.
During his address he reciprocated that Yuva Jodo Sankalp Abhiyan is aimed at strengthening the belief of one nation among the youth and sending out a strong message to separatist and anti-national forces.
He also said “BJP is party of karyakartas – who serve the party despite facing severe personal odds. BJYM pledges to work hard to ensure that the sacrifices of our karyakartas don’t go in vain.
He said that the leaders of the Youth Wing should reach the youth in every corner of the Union Territory of Jammu Kashmir and make them aware of the policies of the Government, which are strengthening the youth,” and thus making them Atamnirhbar.
Arun Prabhat added that they will go upto every booth level to enroll youth from entire JKUT by making them aware of the massive developments of the Modi led BJP Government and especially the youth oriented schemes which will benefit the youth of Jammu Kashmir in near future.
Addressing the Ex Cabinet Minister and Ex State president, BJP, Sat Sharma asked them to be vigilant against the forces inimical to national cause. He said a conspiracy has been lodged to dislodge Narendra Modi Government by certain forces within and outside the country and it is the duty of every activist to frustrate their designs. He said a confusion was created by these forces on the name of CAA first and now on the name of farmers’ bills to mislead the countrymen.