Srinagar, Mar 8: In continuation to his series of meetings General Secretary for J&K UT Ashok Koul held an important meeting with his district presidents and incharges at BJP Kashmir central office at Srinagar.
Ashok Koul in the meeting asked his party men to focus on booth and increase your efforts to reach people at the booth level. A booth is the basic structure of political establishment and democracy, while a strong booth means strong country.
Ashok Koul stressed on helping people and activate party cadre on the ground to help people. The party leaders at the meeting said that they are confident that BJP will form the next government in J&K with full majority as people are happy with the party leadership. The meeting proved to be fruitful in multiple dimensions as the message of the meeting was clear that BJP believes in activism. People should get help in every way.
Ashok Koul also directed the leaders to improve communication with people by going to them and helping them to receive government schemes. He also asked the leaders to conduct programs so that people will understand the mission and manifesto of the party.
The meeting was also joined by leaders and incharges for Media, Social Media and IT Bilal Ahmad Parray and Manzoor Bhat. The other popular senior leaders among the participants were Sofi Yousuf, Dr Ali Mohammad Dar, Er Showkat Gayoor Andrabi, Mushtaq Noorabadi, Imtiyaz Bhat, Waheeda Shah, Dr Farida, Junaid Khattana, Sameer Ahmad and Mohammad Amin Shah.
Mohammad Amin Shah BJP district president for Ganderbal and Sameer Ahmad BJP district president for Budgam talking to media about the meeting said that they will try their level best to spread the manifesto of BJP reach every household in their respective districts. They said people do support BJP at every forum and everyone is aware about the work done by BJP. They also said party is strong and will win the all the elections. Panch, DDC, councillors as well as MLAs will be from BJP. Revolution in politics of Jammu and Kashmir and the dynasty politics will end forever in Kashmir. People will vote on merit and choose BJP in upcoming elections.
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