STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: A delegation of Trikuta Nagar Welfare Society (TNWS) led by its President Rajinder P Kakkar met Ravinder Raina, BJP J&K President and congratulated him for being unanimously re-elected as President of J&K unit. The delegation comprised of Ashok Kumar Arora (Patron), Rajni Rohmetra (Joint Secretary) and N K Bali (Secretary). Rajinder P Kakkar greeted Raina and hoped that his second term will go a long way in strengthening the party besides boosting moral of cadre and giving divisive force an answer for their anti-national activities. Congratulating Raina on being re-elected as President of J&K BJP, Rajni Rohmetra said that J&K is heading towards development due to tiring efforts of BJP and its activists under the stewardship of able leaders like Narendra Modi, Amit Shah at Centre and Ravinder Raina here at J&K. Raina’s re-election as the J&K unit President with prove as a catalyst for party activists in carrying forward the mission and policies of BJP to every nook and corner of J&K, she added. Wishing Raina best wishes for second term as President, Rajni hoped that J&K BJP shall scale new heights under his guidance. Raina, while interacting with the delegation, assured that he will always stand with the demands of society for overall development of the colony besides making Trikuta Nagar a ‘modern colony’ by collective efforts with elected cadre of BJP. He also assured the visiting delegation that all the issues related to basic amenities will also be taken up concerned authorities at the earliest. Later, the society members also met Balbir Rattan, senior BJP leader and discussed several issues regarding overall development works done by elected cadre of BJP in Trikuta Nagar and other projects in pipeline.
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