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JAMMU: Jammu and Kashmir NAMO Group Foundation is celebrating the birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 17th September, as part of its agenda to reach out different segments of society to strengthen national unity and to generate awareness about various short term and long term schemes, initiated to ensuring nation building and welfare of the people on a faster pace.
The final touches to the celebrations were given at a meeting presided over by NAMO Group Foundation President A.K Koul and the prominent among those present included Vice President Rattan Lal Pandita, General Secretary Jagdish Choudhry, Secretary Kuldeep Bhan and President Mahila Morcha Shilpi Verma.
The speakers highlighted the role of the Foundation in promoting and popularizing the schemes, tailored by the BJP led NDA Government during past about one and half years, especially to ameliorate the lot of poor people and to create national awakening. They said the country has passed through crucial phase and now the time had come to steer it on the path of progress, prosperity, development and advancement in the fields of science and technology. This mission, they said, can be accomplished by the visionary Prime Minister Narendra Modi alone.
The Foundation also nominated District Presidents for Jammu and Reasi to broad base its outreach. While Advocate Arun Gandotra will be the District President for Jammu, Rakesh Roshan has been nominated to head the Foundation in Reasi District.
Meanwhile, the President Mahila Morcha Shilpi Verma has exhorted women to come forward in a big way and get benefit from various schemes designed for their empowerment and economic emancipation. “The best way of celebrating the birthday of India’s most popular Prime Minister will be to work for national reconstruction and strengthening the spirit of patriotism amongst compatriots”, Shilpi said.
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