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BJP to form next govt. in J&K with absolute majority: Ravinder Raina

Jammu , Sept 9 (KINS ) :Bharatiya Janata Party will form next government in J&K with absolute majority, said Ravinder Raina, J&K BJP President while addressing workers’ meets at Kalakote.

Thakur Randhir Singh, District Prabhari Dinesh Sharma, Dr. Ashok Sharma, Adv. Vinod Sharma, Sardari Lal, Surinder Sharma, Satpal, Vijay Kumar, Sushma Thakur and other party leaders also accompanied the State President.

Ravinder Raina while addressing the meets stressed that the parties like NC, PDP & Congress failed to address the issues of common masses for decades together. And they utterly failed in doing so, he said and acclaimed that now the people of Jammu & Kashmir have decided that Bharatiya Janata Party is going to form next government in J&K with absolute majority.

Raina said that the BJP has created its niche in the hearts of common masses owing to the public oriented policies and their implementation in a user friendly way. He said that the present dispensation under Prime Minister Narendra Modi has proved its credentials by working for the persons living in the remotest of the areas and the most neglected communities. Modi ji’s government has ensured that the benefits of those schemes meet their goal to uplift the masses going by the principles of “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikaas and Sabka Vishwaas”.

Raina said that Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan, Jan-Dhan Yojna, PM Fasal Beema Yojna, Atal Pension Yojna, Mudra Bank, Beti Bachao Beti Padhao, Sukanya Smridhi Yojna, PM Ujjwala Project, PM Awaas Yojna, Make in India, Digital India, Start Up-Stand Up India, Udaan Scheme, are some of the pioneering projects and schemes, which have been launched by Narendra Modi government and our party activists should educate the masses about them and help in getting the benefits of the same.

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