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J&K will soon become educational hub: Vibodh

Farm laws will double farmers' income: Vibodh

Rajouri, February 12, 2021: Senior BJP leader and J&K general secretary Vibodh Gupta on Friday said that our opponents have been working on selfish agendas and are thus being rejected by the public at every front. He stated this while addressing series of party worker meetings in Muradpur, Dhangri and Surano.
“The Modi government has put the UT of Jammu and Kashmir on the  path of economic growth and  political empowerment. BJP has not only ensured national integrity but also integrated the UT with the Aatma Nirbhar Bharat vision and various other welfare schemes of the centre government”, Vibodh said.
The BJP leader also attacked the local Kashmiri parties and acussed them of neglecting the development of higher education institutions and other infrastructures in the UT. However, in last seven years of Modi government various infrastructure and educational projects such as IIT, IIM, AIIMS etc. have been roped in which will make J&K an educational hub apart from being a paradise destination, he added.
Vibodh strongly asserted that the growing popularity of BJP and national thought have frustrated anti-India powers. He urged party workers to remain connected with the people so that the divisive and false agendas of the opposition could be countered. He stated the example of recently passed three farm-related bills and said that these bills seek to double the income of farmers but consecutive lies by Congress led to the spread of rumours on the bills.
Speaking on the occasion district Vice President and Prabhari Dhangri Kamal Bakshi urged party workers to organise regular interaction with the local people to ensure that benefits of centre sponsored schemes could reach to every household. He said that each and every worker of BJP is committed to serve people and has always stood on the ideology of nation first, party second and self last. Vice- President Rakesh Raina, District General Secretary Ranjeet Tara and Mandal Pardhan Dhangri Sorab Sharna also spoke on the occasion.

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