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BJP will form next Govt: Ravinder Raina

BJP will form the next Government in J&K, stated Ravinder Raina while addressing party’s victory rally along with MP Jugal Kishroe Sharma and other leaders at Mathwaar Mandal of Nagrota constituency near here, today.

BJP vice-president, Yudhvir Sethi, ex-Minister, Sham Lal Sharma, Omi Khajuria, president Kissan Morcha, Chairman Jammu DDC, Bharat Bushan Thakur Naryan Singh and Ashok Kerni also attended the programme. BJP’s elected DDC member from Nagrota, Joginder Singh organized the rally.


Ravinder Raina, while addressing the massive rally complimented the people for the massive support they have shown to BJP in these DDC elections. He said that BJP has always kept the interest of masses on the priority with long term implications in mind. He said that with the people’s massive support for the policies and the stand of the party the BJP leadership will never shy away from taking strong decisions which may appear bitter at first like a medicine but will make the nation stronger, developed and the best place to live on.

Raina further stated that BJP has fulfilled all those promises for which our previous generations have struggled and made sacrifices and we are lucky enough to witness those decisions being made in our lifetimes. He said that Modi Government is providing a development model which has the highest level of dedication and a study model for the developed nations of the world and we are so proud of this today.

Jugal Kishore Sharma enumerated the decisive actions taken to develop the region. He said that the Government led by Prime Minister, Narendra Modi has not only led nation to progress but also initiated a change in our mindset and made us more competitive. He said that in this Budget the vision of Modi Government is clear and we have to take up the opportunity to develop us as world leader in science, agriculture, industry and every other field.

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