BJP committed to full-fledged development of J&K: Ravinder


Ramban: BJP is committed to full-fledged development of J&K, said Ravinder Raina, while speaking at a function at Ramban.
Bharatiya Janata Party, Jammu & Kashmir held a Shakti Kendra Pramukh Sammelan of Organizational District Ramban.
J&K BJP President Ravinder Raina and J&K BJP General Secretary (Org.) Ashok Kaul were the main speakers in the Sammelan which was also addressed by party General Secretary Sunil Sharma (former Minister), former MLA Neelam Langeh, District President Rakesh Thakur and other senior party leaders.
Ramban Shakti Kendra Pramukh Sammelan was attended by party senior leaders, State Office Bearers, District Team, Mandal Presidents & General Secretaries and party’s Shakti Kendra Pramukhs from all the Mandals of Organizational District of Ramban.
Ravinder Raina, while addressing the Sammelan focused mainly on the organizational matters. He congratulated the local party activists for creating an example in serving the society during the Covid 19 lockdown and asked them to further contribute at the front foot as the danger from Pandemic still exists. He explained that the Shakti Kendra signifies an entity in between the Mandal i.e., Block and Polling Booth that can be compared to the wards in the urban areas thus including average minimum number of Polling Booths per Shakti Kendra for the effective management.
Raina, highlighted the indispensable role of party activists in formulating the policies as well as its implementation in the society. He said that the party is just based upon the common principle of Nationalism and strong stances for the Nation development with no place for opportunism, nepotism or favoritism, making it an altogether different party from others.
Ashok Kaul in his address explained the strong role of the organizational understanding at the very ground level. He picturized the rise of BJP in simpler words before the party cadre and also explained the role of Shakti Kendra Pramukhs before them. He also apprised them of future party programmes.