Modi govt strengthened J&K economically & socio-politically: Ashwani Sharma

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Ashwani Sharma holds grievance camp at BJP headquarter

Narendra Modi government has developed Jammu & Kashmir and has strengthened it economically as well as socio-politically, stated Ashwani Sharma, former MLA.

Ashwani Sharma, former MLA & senior leader of BJP, accompanied by J&K BJP Publicity Secretary Ajay Vaid and Incharge Health & Medical Cell Puneet Mahajan were attending to the public grievances at party headquarter, Trikuta Nagar, Jammu.

Senior BJP leader listened to the grievances of a large number of people hailing from different areas of the UT. These people had reached the party office in deputations and as individuals with their day-to- day problems and sought the help of the BJP leaders in mitigating the same.

Ashwani Sharma, on this occasion, said that under the Modi government, large number of public welfare steps have been taken for J&K ever since the abrogation of Article 370 and a new era of development has initiated in the region.  He said that the Union government under Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken a number of historic initiatives after the abrogation of Articles 370 and 35A strengthening Jammu & Kashmir both economically as well as socio-politically.

“Every BJP worker dedicates whole potential for the welfare of the public and this public darbar, being held by BJP in its headquarter, further helps the party and its leaders to work extensively to mitigate the issues and the grievances of the public”, said Ashwani Sharma.

Ajay Vaid said that the BJP activists are always on forefront to provide help to the masses and said that with a purpose to sort out the public with ease, the party holds daily grievance camps in its headquarter.

Puneet Mahajan said that many individuals and deputations had visited the party office to seek the intervention of senior party leaders in resolving their issues.

 

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