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BJP will achieve target of ‘Panchayat to Parliament’: Raina.

Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) state unit reviewed preparations for Panchayat elections in a meeting held at party headquarters, here on Monday.The meeting was chaired by BJP state president, Ravinder Raina.

MP (Lok Sabha) Jugal Kishore Sharma, state vice-president Arun Gupta, state general secretary (Org) Ashok Kaul, state general secretaries Dr Narinder Singh, Yudhvir Sethi, MLC Vibhodh Gupta, state secretary Rajinder Sharma and other senior leaders participated in the meeting.

Ravinder Raina, while addressing the meeting, appreciated the work and effort shown by members of state election eommittee for the recently concluded ULBs elections. He said that the commitment of grass root level party workers has ensured that the party scored well in the elections. He stressed that the same momentum must be carried forward for Panchayat elections.

Raina said that although the Panchayat elections are to be fought on non-party basis without the party symbol, but it is the duty of every party worker that the democratic process of Panchayat elections is also completed successfully. He said that we must support the right persons with the party ideology as the candidates for the Panch and Sarpanch. He also said that with the Panchayat elections, BJP will achieve the target of “Panchayat to Parliament”.

Jugal Kishore Sharma, while addressing in the meeting, said that the local elections will ensure that all the public welfare schemes introduced by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi will reach the targeted population. He said that these local elections will help to boost the development in the area.

Ashok Kaul, while addressing in the meeting, threadbare discussed all the minute details related to the Panchayat elections. He said that all the senior leaders must visit their allotted areas and set the ground for resounding victory of all the party supported candidates.

 

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