Empowering Panchayats a big initiative of Modi Govt: Jugal

MP, Jugal Kishore Sharma at a function in Kalakote on Saturday.
MP, Jugal Kishore Sharma at a function in Kalakote on Saturday.

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Oct 19: Jugal Kishore Sharma, Member of Parliament Lok Sabha from Jammu -Poonch Parliamentary Constituency along with former Minister, Abdul Ghani Kohli and senior BJP leaders visited village Lamberi, Noniyal, Kalakote, Moghla, Taryath, Una and held party workers meetings in Sunderbani, Nowshera and Kalakote Constituencies.
Jugal Kishore Sharma, while addressing the party workers said that Bharatiya Janata Party is the only largest party in India. It took a big initiative of holding the Block Development Council elections in the State which the success Governments failed to do in last over six decades.
“ Prime Minister, Narendra Modi is working hard to develop every village and  it is the necessity of  the time to make Panches and Sarpanches powerful to develop Panchayats at  their own. Prime Minister has decided to hold Block Development Council elections so that Panchayats will be empowered and can observe tremendous development’’, he added.
He also said that funds for development will now directly be credited to the Panchayats Welfare Account and this will make each and every corner equally developed. He also said that even other parties have boycotted BDC elections but they have fielded their proxy candidates. He appealed Panches and sarpanches to cast their vote in favour of Bharatya Janata Party candidates in BDC elections so that more and more development can take place in every village and every corner.
District Parbhari and incharge BDC elections Capt. (retd) Ramesh Khajuria along with the Mandal presidents Mahinder, Sardari Lal, Sat Pal, Bahadur Singh, Vicky,Bodh Raj and Senior party workers Naval Sharma, Kamaljit Singh, Adv Khalid Hussain, Aftab Ahmed,Vinod Sharma, Wasim Kohli,Sunil Vema, Ashok Sharma,Chotu Ram, Deep Choudhary, Babu Ram, Ganesh Dass, Pritam Chand, Anchal Singh & Panches & Sarpanches also joined the tour.