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Modi Govt working hard to provide benefit to neglected: Raina

JAMMU: BJP JK UT president Ravinder Raina has said that the Modi Government has worked hard to provide benefits to every neglected and oppressed section of society like PoJK refugees, WPRs, OBCs, STs, Women, Gujjar, Bakkarwals, Pahadis, LoC residents. This has attracted the love and faith of people of J&K in BJP," he added.

He was addressing a party function here, today in which Er T K Sharma an eminent social worker along with his large number of supporters joined the party.

J&K BJP general secretary, Vibodh Gupta, Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan in charge Dil Bahadur Singh Jamwal, senior leader, Ex MLA Prof Garu Ram Bhagat, Ashok Khajuria and district president, Rekha Mahajan also attended the programme and welcomed Sharma into the party.

Raina, while taking him in party fold said that his joining is a significant addition to the party. He said BJP is confident that his vast experience will add immense value to the BJP team. His unique insights and perspective will undoubetly contribute to the party's ongoing efforts to build a strong and prosperous India.

Vibodh Gupta said that the party is committed to uphold the cherished agenda of Prime Minister, Narendra Modi ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas by steering all segments of society, irrespective of caste, religion and region, on the path of progress and development.

Speaking on the occasion, Dil Bahadur Singh in charge Swachh Bharat Abhiyan JK BJP said that T K Sharma's decision to join BJP is a testament to his belief in party's ideology, values and vision for the future. He also said T K Sharma is a well known social worker as well and he is looking forward to work in a team spirit to realise the vision of strong and Swachh Jammu and Kashmir.

T K Sharma said that he is very much impressed by the work culture of PM Narendra Modi and his Mantra Sabka Sath, Sab Ka Vikas as well as selfless working of JK BJP chief Ravinder Raina.



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