Jammu & Kashmir BJP led by its State President & MLA Sat Sharma organized “Holi Milan” programme at the BJP headquarter, Trikuta Nagar, to commemorate the event with full religious fervour and zeal. BJP State General Secretary Dr Narinder Singh, Pawan Khajuria and Harinder Gupta were also present on the occasion.
Celebration witnessed the joyous celebrations by enthusiastic BJP leaders especially the Mahila Morcha activists enjoying “Holi” with the dry colours and flower petals. Jubilant BJP cadre danced till they exhausted and distributed sweets amongst themselves on the occasion while wishing each other on the auspicious occasion.
Sat Sharma, while wishing for good health and prosperous time ahead to the party activists, said that the Holi is a festival of spreading joys and colours. Colours give the message of lively nature and the constructive dimensions of life. On the auspicious occasion of Holi, he prompted all to spread the message of brotherhood among the masses. He said that all the human beings are brothers irrespective of colour, region or religion.
On the occasion, Sharma took the liberty to pray for the state of Jammu & Kashmir. “Our state has witnessed enough bloodshed in decades and now enough is enough, this must end and everybody must welcome the development with open arms” stated Sharma while praying to God to heal the wounds of Mother Earth. “Holi” fetches joy for all, exclaimed euphoric Sat Sharma.
Sat Sharma said that this festival prompts us to finish with the devil residing within ourselves and teaches us to live contented lives. It teaches us to shun the path of violence and hatred. He also prayed for communal harmony in the society on the occasion. He asked all to shun enmity, clash, conflicts and the ego. He also prompted the party workers to work for the upliftment of the weaker and neglected sections on the occasion.
State Vice Presidents Parmod Kapahi, Karan Singh, Rajni Sethi, Secretary Sanjay Baru, Anuradha Charak, Prof. Varinder Gupta, Arvind Gupta, Racchpal Singh, Dr. Pardeep Mahotra, Tilak Raj Gupta, Satish Sharma, Baldev Singh Billawaria, S. Varinderjit Singh, Rajeev Charak, Kulbhushan Mohtra, H.S. Pammi, V.K. Sethi, Darshan Singh, Naresh Sharma, Neeru Anand, Bharat Bhushan, Rekha Mahajan, Harbans Choudhary, Hari Om Sharma, Gurdyal Singh Bali, were among the other prominent leaders present on the occasion.