India can’t trust Congress in next 200 years, stated Ravinder Raina, President BJP Jammu and Kashmir, while he was addressing a worker’s meet at Kathua.
J&K BJP Vice-President & Prabhari Kathua District Yudhvir Sethi, State Secretary Gopal Mahajan, Spokesperson & former Minister Rajiv Jasrotia, District President Raghunandan Singh, former MLA Kuldeep, Seh-Prabhari Jangbir Singh Chiku, BJP Working committee member Prem Nath Dogra, Janak Bharti , Dr Narinder, Dist Gen Secretary Rajesh Mehta, Naresh Goswami, Municipality Chairman Naresh Sharma, Vijay Sharma, Shashi Kanta and BDC Chairman Raghubir Singh, District Team, Mandal Presidents & General Secretaries, Morcha Presidents & General Secretaries and other senior leaders of the party were also present in the meeting.
Ravinder Raina, took a dig at Congress upon the statement given by senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad who is also leader of opposition in Rajya Sabha as well as served on various key constitutional posts of the government as well as the Congress party.
Ravinder Raina, said that feeling Suffocation in Congress, Ghulam Nabi Azad has openly spoken on the growing dissent in party and it clearly proves that Congress party has no internal democracy. He also said that the Congress party has denied right to speak to its workers, curbed internal democracy and always taken forward its one time agenda to serve the interests of single ruling family. “How the fair and public centric government can even slightly be expected from such a party?”, he asked.
Ravinder Raina, earlier addressing the workers meet, appreciated the party workers for their commendable job during the Covid Lockdown. He said that the BJP workers have helped the masses in every way possible in the worst hours, caring little for themselves and this speaks volumes about the dedication of BJP towards society and the Nation.
Yudhvir Sethi, in his address, discussed the organizational working in the District and apprised the workers of the future party programmes. He asked the party workers to further extend the party ideology to the general masses, while working for the benefit of marginalized sections of the society.
Raghunandan Singh presented vote of thanks and assured the party leadership that the party activists will leave no stone unturned in the growth and development of the party.