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JAMMU: BJP is committed for the overall development of nation, without any bias as it believes on ‘Sabka Sath Sabka Vikas. It was stated by the former MLC Vikram Randhawa while addressing a gathering at Gurdwara Shri Guru Singh Sabha Guru Tegh Bahadur Nagar Narwal on Monday.Campaigning for party candidate for DDC elections Ritu Singh Aulak, the ex-MLC along with Adv Amrik Singh, President All J&K PoJK 1947 Sharnarthi Intellectual Forum and Surjit Singh General Secretary visited the Gurdwara and offered prayers.While addressing Sikh Sangat, Randhawa highlighted various achievements made during BJP Govt. He said that nation is progressing on the path of development under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and urged people to further strengthen the hands of PM Modi by supporting BJP candidates.Adv Amrik Singh stated that it is Narendra Modi Government which provided justice to victims of 1984 Sikh genocide. “We are lucky that after 74 years of freedom, we got a chance to vote in DDC elections as Modi Govt believes in equitable development of every person,” he said, urging Sikh Sangat to vote for BJP candidates for ensuring development of their areas.Surjit Singh and Ritu Singh also spoke on the occasion and made participants aware about wrong and anti-Sikh policies of Congress. On the occasion, Ritu Singh donated an amount of Rs 10,000 for building fund of Gurdwara Sahib.
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