BJP state Secretary & Membership Incharge Munish Sharma, accompanied by Akhnoor Distt. Prabhari Bansi Lal Bharti, chaired a meeting of prominent party activists drawn from different areas of the district to brief them about the party’s ongoing membership drive across the state and discussed various ways and means to reach maximum people with a motive of registering them as members of BJP.
Munish Sharma also clarified queries related to the membership exercise and stressed on timely completion of the process.
While addressing a large gathering of the party activists entrusted with the responsibility of taking membership drive in their respective areas, Munish Sharma said that the state unit of BJP has set a target of registering 11 lakh people as members of the party during the ongoing exercise and to achieve this target everyone from us has to devote more time to cover more and more areas and families to educate them about the importance of this membership and also brief them about the principles, ideology and work culture of the BJP.
Munish Sharma said that the 2014 Lok Sabha election then assembly elections in a number of states, including Jammu & Kashmir, have been the indications of the mindset of people that they want to get associated with the BJP in large numbers and reject the family run parties like Congress. He said that the overwhelming support of the people has also induced enthusiasm among the party cadre, which has resulted into boosting of morale of the ground activists.
Bansi Lal Bharti, on this occasion, said that the district team is fully prepared to take on this membership drive across the district and the office bearers of the district have been briefed about the exercise.
Distt. President Daljit Singh and Distt. Membership Prabhari Manmohan Singh assured to complete the whole exercise in the fixed time adding that the number of members to be registered this time will be more than the earlier drives.
Suraj Singh, Kuldeep Banotra, Pawan Gupta and Parshotam Bawa were among the prominent local leaders who also expressed their views in the meeting.