Khajuria asks party men to join hands in fight against COVID

Excelsior Correspondent
UDHAMPUR, May 12: BJP vice president, JKUT, Pawan Khajuria today urged the party men not to lose the time and fan out in their respective areas to help the people affected by COVID Pandemic by ensuring that they get proper medical treatment and other facilities.
Addressing a meeting of the party men here, today he said that last year BJP activists had taken an onus to themselves in fighting the dreaded pandemic by providing all help and support to needy people and this time when the Pandemic is more aggressive, the party activists by taking all precautions have to come forward in helping, assisting and supporting suffering humanity.
Khajuria said BJP has come into existence not for formation of Government only but to serve the nation and its leaders right from Dr Shayama Prasad Mookherjee, Deen Dayal Upadayay to present Prime Minster, Narendra Modi have kept this the main motto of their life.
He asked the party men to take a cue from these leaders and engage themselves in services of the people in these hard days to defeat the dreaded virus by observing all SOPs and guidelines besides protecting themselves as well.
Khajuria said India has launched a war against the COVID and we too should join hands with the Government to win the battle. He said we all should join hands at this crucial time and face the challenge boldly.
BJP district vice president , Vikas Sharma, Mandal president, Vivek Gupta also attended the meeting and highlighted the issues of their areas in this regard.
Councilor Rakesh Khajuria, Mandal vice president, Rahul Gupta, Kuldeep, Kanaw Sharma and others were also present.