KUPWARA, Mar 20: Five-day tour of “BJP Minority Morcha UT president, Ranjodh Singh Nalwa to Kashmir Valley that had started on March 16 concluded today.
“During five-day tour, Nalwa visited various districts of the Valley including Srinagar, Bandipora, Anantnag, Kupwara etc. Besides, mass contact programmes, he also addressed public meetings and listened grievances of the people,” a party handout issued here, today said.
On concluding day, a meeting and joining programme under the banner of Jammu and Kashmir “Minority Morcha” was held in Town Hall Kupwara of North Kashmir. The programme was conducted under the chairmanship of Ranjodh Singh Nalwa. He was accompanied by vice president, Amarjeet Singh, vice president, Mubashir Azad, UT general secretary, Minority Morcha JK, Bhat Imtiyaz, UT secretary Minority Morcha, Mohd Yousuf Dar, its publicity secretary, Mohd Sadiq Malik, district president, Kupwara Ab.Rehman Lone, district president, Minority Morcha, Showkat Ahmad Mir, Prabhari, Sheikh Mushtaq and other office bearers of district Kupwara.
The district president BJP Minority Morcha Kupwara organized the meeting.
Ranjodh Singh Nalwa along with other party leaders welcomed the people who joined BJP on this occasion. Nalwa while speaking in the joining programme said, “People understand well the policies of the Union Government, dedication and the discipline of Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) for which people are showing their interest to become part of the march of the party for progress and prosperity of Jammu and Kashmir”. He further stressed on the party workers to work zealously for the welfare of masses and to reach out to maximum people with the developmental agenda of BJP. “Work tirelessly to strengthen the party and aware them about the welfare policies and programmes of the Central Government,”he added.
Meanwhile, Nalwa also addressed a public meeting in Kupwara and listened the grievances of the public during a durbar.