Youth will make BJP win Jammu Lok Sabha election: Sat Sharma

BJP senior leaders during a joining programme of the party at Talab Tillo on Sunday.
BJP senior leaders during a joining programme of the party at Talab Tillo on Sunday.

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Apr 7: Scores of youths from Talab Tillo today joined Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the presence of former Minister, Sat Sharma CA, BJP senior leader and ex councillor, Sanjay Baru, Mandal president Talab Tillo, Keshav Chopra in an impressive joining programme held in the area.
Sat Sharma, while taking these youth into the party fold said with their joining the BJP has been further strengthened in the area. He said that BJP has the distinction to serve the society and nation with dedication and selflessness. Sat welcomed them to the party and asked them to work for the society.
Sanjay Baru said that the youth is the backbone of any country and we are very lucky that India has the world’s largest youth population. BJP has always provided Vibrant platform to youths to work for the nation, he further added.
Keshav Chopra, said that these large number of youth have joined the BJP on being inspired by Prime Minister, Narendra Modi’s dynamic leadership and the performance of the BJP. “We are confident that BJP will win the Jammu Lok Sabha seat with a big margin,” he added.
Mandal president BJYM Talab Tillo Dr. Sanchit Sharma managed the proceedings and Ansh Khajuria presented vote of thanks.
Entrepreneur Sanchit Sethi, Naman Partap Singh, Shivam Gupta, Abhishek Puri, Sayam Sethi, Akarshak Sethi, Balbir Singh, Sahil Rana, Ankit Gupta, Sahil Sethi, Akarshak, Sahil Verma, Sahil Rana, Karan Kumar, Vishesh Goswami, Rishabh Bamba, Amit Sharma were among the prominent youth who joined BJP.
BJYM Vice President Ishant Mahajan, District Vice President Brijesh Gupta, BJP Employees and Teacher Cell convenor, K.L Sharma, Mandal spokesperson, Jatinder Khajuria, Mandal president, OBC Morcha, Omkar Verma, district vice president, Nitish Kumar, Sanchit Mahajan, Shobhit Sharma were also present.