Party wont rest till last victim is rehabilitated: Jugal
At a meeting of BJP Senior leaders, State Office bearers, District Presidents, MLAs presided over by State President Jugal Kishore Sharma and BJP National Convener of Morchas & Cells Mohinder Pandey, review of the ongoing flood relief operations of the party besides discussing the future course of actions to ensure that the party’s helping hand reaches the last family affected.
Leader of Legislative party Ashok Khajuria, National Executive Member Shamsher Singh Manhas, State General Secretary (Organization) Ashok Kaul shared the dais.
At the meeting, it was stressed on the party leaders to supervise and manage the distribution of relief and ensure that no affected family is deprived of the government relief on the consideration of political affiliations.
Jugal Kishore Sharma, while appreciating the efforts of party activists in working round the clock to help in distribution of relief material, said that the post flood situation needs very careful and sustained handling and every effort should be made to ensure that whatever is received as relief in the form of commodities and donations is distributed in such a way that no one is left. He said that the party has undertaken the mission to keep its operations of distributing relief material till the last affected family is adequately rehabilitated.
Mohinder Pandey said that the recent natural calamity has shaken the entire nation and the people across the country have displayed their resolute intention to help the needy in this hour of grief and sorrow. He said that while the central government went into intense action mode at the earliest to extend every possible help and the party cadre in New Delhi and other states is also immediately commenced collecting the relief materials and dispatching the same for the affected people in Jammu and Kashmir while as in comparison the state government has remained in deep slumber for long and is even now very sluggish in its action. He said that the party leaders and activists, who have been assigned with the task of preparing the exact magnitude of losses of the victims, should immediately take up their task so that the affected families are rehabilitated before the onset of winters.
Earlier in the meeting, the respective Prabharis, District President and MLAs gave the detailed account of the losses and damage suffered in their respective areas including the causalities of men and cattle. The enormity of locational damage of the far flung villages and total washing away of huge chunks of rich agriculture land and the roads was presented in detail.
Chander Prakash Ganga, Col. Uttam Singh, Sakina Bano, Kavinder Gupta, Bali Bhagat, Chander Mohan Sharma, Farooq Khan, Sunil Sethi, Ch. Lal Singh, Ashwani Sharma, Sat Sharma CA, Harinder Gupta, Gulam Ali Khatana, Brig. Anil Gupta, Munish Sharma, Chander Mohan Gupta, Arun Chibber, Lalit Moza, Pramodh Kapahi, Priya Sethi, Yudhvir Sethi, Karan Singh, Sham Chowdhary, Sukhnandan Kumar, Bharat Bhushan, Baldev Sharma, Durga Dass, Prof. Gharu Ram, Rajesh Gupta, Sukhdev Singh, Subash Jandiyal, Kabla Singh, Sat Pal Pappy, Kashmir Singh, Dina Nath Bhagat, Ajay Nanda, Daljeet Singh, Vikram Randhawa, Omi Khajuria, Dr. Naseem Choudhary and Jaidev Rajwal attended this meeting.