JAMMU, April 1: Yudhvir Sethi, Vice Chairman of J&K BJP, today urged party cadres to strengthen the organizational structure of the party at the stalls and seek feedback from the people on various central government programs and of the administration of UT.
Sehti said this while chairing a series of meetings of 52 stalls at the BJP East Mandal here attended by Aseem Gupta, J&K UT Vice President, Priya Sethi, Former Minister, Dy Mayor Purnima Sharma, Anju Dogra, Kuldeep Khandari General Secretary, Prabhari Jammu East, Corporal Anil Masoom, East Mandal Chairman Parveen Kerni, Savita Anand, District Chairman Mahila Morcha, Kuldeep Kandhari, Vipin Sharma and Rajinder Sharma were also present.
Sethi said the party’s success in winning people’s hearts and decimating the opposition in the polls depends solely on how strong the party is at the stands. He said categorically that the responsibility for the success of the party rests with the ability of the workers on the ground to connect with the masses and once that goal is achieved and the people understand the BJP’s public friendly policies, no power on earth cannot defeat the party in any way. form of political contest.
Sethi asked the booth workers to meet more and more people in the area and spread information about the party’s people-centered ideology and popular welfare programs so that no soul in the vicinity stays away from the benefits of the government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. schemes and programs that are so benevolently designed that all sections of society, regardless of caste, color or creed, fall within their scope.
Sethi called on party workers to lead by example in public service and to remain available 24/7 down to the local level. He asked the party workers to work with more dedication for the people, especially the laggards, to take stock of their problems and solve them at the earliest.
Aseem Gupta in his address said that it is the first duty of every party member to work vigorously in this direction so that people are not confused by the propaganda rhetoric of opposition parties. He, while expressing his full confidence in the party framework, said he was sure that the BJP would win the trust of the people again in the upcoming Assembly polls.