Get ready for elections: BJP Chief Nadda tells J-K party men

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Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national president J P Nadda Monday asked party men to get ready for assembly elections in J&K stating that present was theirs and efforts should be made to “grab future too.”

Nadda arrived in Jammu on a two-day visit and chaired a high level meeting of party leaders at Katra, Jammu.

Sources said that Nadda while addressing the party workers showered praises on party’s Kashmir-based leaders for remaining steadfast during tough times and braving violence.

“In 2008, no one could have thought that BJP rallies would be held in Kashmir as violence was at its peak. But I saw rallies and other programs of BJP taking place as the party’s Kashmir based workers and leaders remained committed towards the party,” Nadda told the meeting.

He, as per sources, hailed the party’s Kashmir based leaders for their efforts towards strengthening party roots in the Valley and urged them to keep moving in the right direction.

“You should get ready for the assembly elections. Present is ours but we all must make efforts to retain the forte and grab the future too,” Nadda said.

He also checked the party pulse stating that the party was getting stronger with each passing day as more and more people are joining it.

“We have 18 Crore workers across the country which really is a big achievement. In J&K, we have to strengthen the party at booth and constituency levels. You must build a close rapport with the people in villages, towns and constituencies to make BJP stronger day by day,” he said.

Sources said that Nadda asked party leaders and workers to promote Prime Minister Narendera Modi’s vision in the months ahead.

“Keep the momentum going, I assure you that the future will be ours,” he told the meeting. (KNO)

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