Parivartan Yatra continues to realize Mission 44+
Continuing the multifaceted and multidimensional programme of Parivartan Yatra of the BJP party to achieve Mission 44+, the Yuva Morcha of Raipur-Domana mandal organized public meetings in Mishriwala, Kullian and Hasarwan area.
The public meetings were addressed by State General Secretary Bali Bhagat and District President Jammu Rural Sukhdev Singh Jamwal and District General Secretary Omi Khajuria.
Bali Bhagat in his address said that BJP is going to achieve its goal and the public shall confer the responsibility of governance of the state on its shoulder. For last 65 years, Jammu and Ladakh regions have always supported and allowed Kashmir based leadership to govern the state and the time has come when the governance should be in the hands of Jammu and Ladakh leadership with support and participation of the valley elected representatives. The people have tested and retested the competence and capability of the valley leadership to govern the state and have always found it to be wanting in all the required parameters of modern government. The performance of the government during the recent unprecedented floods has been totally dismal and a big zero. Its commitment to the public welfare can be gauged from the fact that seven of its senior ministers are camping in Delhi while as government of India machinery is fully geared up and in action in the entire state. The state administration is nowhere to be seen. In fact, it is not even rendering guidance and information to the security forces, so that the work done by the forces becomes more effective and result oriented. Every minister should have been in the field galvanizing the state officialdom. The failure of the state government at this critical juncture is stark and tragic. It is high time that some alternate governing set up is put in charge of the state so that the people of the state savor responsive and committed governance for a change. In the parliamentary elections the BJP has swept Jammu and Ladakh regions and in the coming assembly elections it is bound to emerge as a party having majority in the assembly. He appealed the public to give a chance to the BJP and make its goal of Mission 44+ success.
During these public meetings, a number of prominent citizens, ladies and youth of Mishriwala area, joined the party which includes Avtar Singh Manhas, Retd. Headmaster, Suraj Prakash Sharma, Vijay Kumar, Rattan Lal Bhagat, Surinder Singh Jamwal, Rabia Devi, Gourav Singh, Sanjay Singh, Rajinder Singh, Subham Singh, Gourav Kumar, Sourab Singh, Prashotam Kumar, Anoop Singh, Sham kUmar, Karan Singh, Konga Singh, Lakhvinder Singh and Vinay Kumar. In Kullian village, Panch Swarna Devi, Jeet Raj Bhagat, Sham Lal Bhagat, Roshan Lal Bhagat, Thoru Ram, Krishan Lal Bhagat and Baldev Raj Bhagat were prominent among others who joined the party.
Sukhdev Jamwal and Omi Khajuria, in their address thanked Bali Bhagat for finding time to preside over these Parivartan Yatra rallies, being extremely busy with overseeing relief operations of the party workers in the flood affected areas. He thanked the public for their participation in these programs in spite of the losses suffered by them during the recent floods.