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NC, PDP should not contest Lok Sabha, Assembly Polls : Sat Sharma
12/5/2018 8:59:13 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Dec 5: A program was organized at Ward 32 by Mahila Morcha wing of BJP District Jammu West in which a large number of women hailing from different areas of the Ward joined the party fold who were welcomed and gralanded by Former Minister Sat Sharma (CA). Taking a dig at political parties like NC and PDP, Sat Sharma said NC and PDP should not contest Lok Sabha and Assembly polls.
Speaking on the occasion, Sat Sharma welcomed the new entrants in the party fold and said that women of our nation is empowered and be it any stream, women of India excels everywhere and have made our nation proud in every sphere.
He said that now NC and PDP should also boycott upcoming Lok Sabha and Assembly polls because they do not want the delegation of power at grass root level and they do not want basic problems of people to be addressed at lower level. They want all the powers to themselves and such a thing is dangerous for development of our State. He said BJP is against the anti developmental agenda of such parties and BJP knows that how our sisters are to be respected and also knows that women deserve their due share in every stream.
Rajni Sethi stated about the welfare schemes for women under Central Government sponsored projects and stated that many women across nation, especially Jammu and Kashmir have benefitted a lot through these schemes.
Ayodhya Gupta asked the newly entrants to reach out at Grass root level and promote the vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi for upliftment of women across the State.
Veena Gupta elaborated the achievements of Central Government which improved the lifestyle of women across India and asked the new entrants to work with dedication for upcoming polls.
Apart from Former Minister, State Secretary Praduman Singh, State Secretary Veenu Khanna, State President Mahila Morcha Rajni Sethi, District President Ayodhya Gupta, District President MM Veena Gupta and other senior functionaries of the party were also present.
Adv Rajesh Gupta, Asha Sharma, Radha Sharma, Kamini Gupta, Sneh Gupta, Ranjana, Reena Gupta, Sonu Devi, Sunita Koul and several others were also present.
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