Jammu, 21 Nov: Jan Seva is the essence of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and it has been in service of the people since its inception this was expressed by BJP District President Jammu South Rekha Mahajan, while addressing booth level Karykartas of booth no 114,115 in Greater Kailash of Jammu South to mark the party’s “Booth Jan Samvad” public outreach Programme.
State Secretary Naresh Singh, Former Corporator Anil Kumar, Mandal General Secretaries Pawan Chib, Jyoti Parkash, Main Speaker Preeti Choudhary, Captain Jameet Singh Subash Sharna Shaktikendra Parmukh, Booth President Namak Chand, Dutta were prominent person present in the program.
While addressing the public gathering Rekha Mahajan spotlighted the Modi-led government’s productive friendly policies indicating that PM Narendra Modi’s mission of ensuring that every citizen of Jammu and Kashmir after the abrogation of article 370, benefited from numerous developments and has gained momentum with the active participation of the people in the union territory of J&K. Rekha asserted that peace, progress, and infrastructures along with developmental approach are inclusive, embracing and all sections of society by giving due regard to their needs and urges, regardless of the region, religion, caste or ethnicity they belong she added.
Rekha Mahajan underlined that Modi Sarkaar wins the hearts of the people of J&K and has initiated the public welfare schemes that have provided direct benefit to the needy by weeding out irregularities that were deep-rooted in the system earlier.
While connected the direct connection with the common masses Rekha Mahajan, emphasized a lot of fear-mongering used to be done about the impact of Article 370 removal but his government opened the heart by the way of doors to development and peace in Jammu and Kashmir by removing it. She educates that terrorism is ending there and tourism rising,” under the vibrant leadership of PM Modi. She underlined that his government has committed to the region reaching new heights of development in favor of the general populace. Rekha also touched upon a host of development measures taken by his government to highlight the changes, asserting that India’s growing middle class and reducing poverty will become the foundation for a massive economic cycle.