STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Bharat Vikas Parishad (BVP), National Organising Secretary, Suresh Jain on Sunday informed that BVP has opened two new branches at Akhnoor, thereby taking total count of branches in the State to 26. He further added that one ambulance with adequate medical equipments was also dedicated under BVP’s Seva project besides a multi-purpose skill development center is also in offing for Akhnoor. Briefing media persons here, Jain said that four new stitching centers for women were also opened, increasing the number of such centers to eight. Jain said that BVP is committed for inculcating ‘Sanskars’ among youth through its programmes in schools including Guru Vandan Chhatra Abhinandan and Bharat Jano Quiz competition, which are organised every year in every school. “More than 20,000 children attended National Group Song competition, held for inculcating patriotism among youth,” he said. “Under Seva project, BVP will open full-fledged diagnostic centre very shortly in J&K. So far, two villages Rampur and Gudwal, in Samba District have been developed as model village and work on one more village namely Kotla in Reasi District is going on and same is likely to be completed within two years,” he informed. Later, Ved Parkash Gupta, ex-General Secretary presented annual report followed by installation ceremony of newly elected office bearers of 26 branches of J&K. Target for expansion of branches in urban as well as rural areas in various districts of the State was also fixed. Speaking on the occasion, Sushil Sharma congratulated Dev Raj Sharma for his promotion from Regional Secretary to National Secretary. T C Taggar presented financial report for year 2018-19. Others present on the occasion included Dr Santosh Gupta and Arun Sharma, Regional Secretaries, Amita Sharma, State President, Gopal Sharma, State Organising Secretary, T.C Taggar, General Secretary, Shiv Ram Sharma, Finance Secretary, Ved Parkash Gupta, Outgoing General Secretary, S.N Sharma, Patron, Vanita Kohli, Madhu Gupta and Ashok Gupta.
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