STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Former Minister and BJP Spokesperson J&K, Priya Sethi on Monday asked people of Jammu and Kashmir to stick to their decision of keeping corrupt and failed political parties like National Conference (NC), PDP and Congress out of power. The decision taken to keep these parties out of power in 2014 was in larger interest of development of state and welfare of its people irrespective of their cast, creed, region or religion. She said this while inaugurating development work done from her CDF worth Rs 10 lakhs of Shri Lord Ghada Dhar Temple Mubrak Mandi, Jammu East along with BJP State General Secretary Yudhvir Sethi and Deputy Mayor JMC Purnima Sharma. Sethi said that these parties had always been betraying people, dividing them on communal and regional lines, promising them sky and never coming to the rescue of needy, had always been discriminating with regions and never cared for development of state at par with any other state in the country try. She urged people to keep these parties at a bay and stick to their decision of not letting them come to power in 2019 only to let the cycle of development carry forward which stands started by BJP at a massive scale. Yudhvir Sethi, while speaking to media, praised Modi led Government for the recent development with regards to grant of divisional status to Ladakh and setting up of a university there are glaring example how these political parties had been ignoring cold desert which stays cut off from rest of the world for five months during harsh winters. Sethi further added that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has special plans for Jammu and Kashmir and in order to get the same implemented it’s necessary to get BJP elected to power. Purnima Sharma asked party cadres to spread programmes and policies of BJP across length and breadth of state and involve youth for whom various programme and policies stands envisaged. Among others who were present included Yougal Dogra, Ramesh Gupta, Karan Singh, Suresh Bharti, Ravi Singh, Ved Padha, Rajesh Nishal,Nilesh, Naresh Abrol, Rajesh Bali, Sanjeev Sahney, Shiv Kumar Sharma, Nipun Malhotra, Shiv Kumar,Raj Kumar, Martar Mahajan, Indu Bala, Savita Anand, Neeru Anand Mahila, Vandana Tarhen, Sunita Dadwal, Neelam and Ashu Sharma, senior members from the society.
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