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NOWSHERA: With an agenda of interacting with party workers and discussing strategies to garner support for party at booth levels Senior BJP leader and MLC Vibodh Gupta is on three day tour to Nowshera Constituency. He convened meetings at six Mandals of Naushera Constituency- Devak, Sunderbani, Kangri, Seri, Siot, Lambari. He was accompanied by District President Somdutt Sharma, Captain Som Raj, Mool Raj Sharma, Tilak Raj Gupta, Jarnail Singh, Neena Sharma, Anu Bhasin, Adarsh Bharti, Subash Gupta, Mandal Pardans, Mandal Working Committee and Polling Booth Workers during his visit to different Mandals.
While addressing the party workers, he asked them to bridge the gap between party and common people. He asked them to carry one to one interaction with people, patiently listen to their plight and forward the same to senior party leaders.
Taking firm stand against the recent statements made by Congress leaders, MLC said that there is need to educate people about real and true history of J&K. He said, “Congress leaders with their bogus comments are trying to mislead our countrymen on the issue of J&K and army’s role in it and it seems as Congress back statements cooked in Islamabad. He quoted the statement of senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad ” Army operation Kills more civilians than terrorists” to clear his point. Terror group LeT backed Azad’s statement which revealed that Congress now stands with those who want to break India.
Vibodh also quoted recent “Hindu-Pakistan” statement of Shashi Tharoor and said Congress is emerging as threat to nations’ unity and integrity. Congress has defamed Hinduism on many occasions and tried to divide India on religious lines just for petty vote bank politics, he asserted.
District President Somdutt Sharma also spoke on the occasion.
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