STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: BJP National President Amit Shah is to visit Jammu and Kashmir State on 29th and 30th April and will have interactions with civil society, media, party office bearers, MLAs, MLCs and various departments of the party. To review the preparation for the two days visit of BJP National President Amit Shah, National Vice-President and J and K Incharge Avinash Rai Khanna and National General Secretary Ram Madhav on Friday chaired a meeting of the State office bearers of BJP. BJP State President and MLA Sat Sharma, State General Secretary (Org.) Ashok Kaul and MLC Ashok Khajuria were also present in the meeting. Asking that Amit Shah is very particular for the basic principles of organiSation, Khanna asked State office bearers to have detailed information of their respective departments and projects and prepare ready note of their achievements for its presentation before the National President. He further asked them to constitute various committees and assign them their responsibilities for the reception of National President. He also asked them to prepare well thought out memorandum related to all the three regions of J and K substantiated with technical data to be placed before Amit Shah. Ram Madhav said that BJP is the party known for its discipline and it shall never compromise on this while stressing upon them to reach out for the weakest section of society and ensure that all the schemes for the public welfare launched by Modi government must reach to the last man standing in last row of society. He asked all the office bearers to be pro-active and come to the expectations of the general public. On the occasion, newly elected MLCs namely Vikram Randhawa, Girdhari Lal Raina and Pardeep Sharma were also felicitated by Avinash Rai Khanna and Ram Madhav.
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