BJP workers join NC
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Dec 14: A large number of BJP workers from Kastigarh, Deesa, Kuldhar, Dhandal and Gurmool area of Ramban joined JK National Conference here on Friday and vouched to tirelessly fight to defeat divisive forces under the umbrella of the party, a NC spokesman claimed.
The BJP workers who, according to the NC spokesman, joined the party said that they have been fed up by the divisive politics being nurtured by parties like BJP and PDP who want to divide the society in the name of region and religion.
They said they are convinced with the programme and policies of the National Conference and have faith in its leadership and will work with National Conference and the state coalition government under the leadership of Omar Abdullah for the peace, prosperity, solidarity and amity between the various sections of the society and is particularly working for the overall, all round development of the far-flung and remote areas of the state.
Welcoming the new entrants into the party fold Rattan Lal Gupta Provincial President J&K National Conference Jammu said that the policies and programmes of National Conference and the state coalition government is receiving wholehearted support by the people in general and youth in particular in all the three regions of the state. He said a large number of political activists and prominent people across the province have shown their desire to join National Conference and work for comprehensive development of the state.
Chief Minister’s Political Advisor, Devender Singh Rana, and Ajaz Jan MLA Poonch who were present on the occasion also welcomed the new entrants into the party fold and called upon them to work wholeheartedly in their respective areas and take the programmes and policies of the party and the state coalition government to very door step.
Those who joined the party included Magar Singh, Gian Singh, Piari Lal,Satish Kumar, Angrez Singh, Jewan Singh, Chand Lal, Parshotam Singh, Jagdeep Singh, Kanth Lal, Bharat Singh, Muhammad Rafi and others.
Lastupdate on : Fri, 14 Dec 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Fri, 14 Dec 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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