Addresses public meet at Ganderbal
Srinagar, April 30: Ruling Bhartiya Janta Party state president Sat Sharma Saturday arrived in Kashmir on a three-day visit. On the first day, the president addressed a public darbar here in central-Kashmir’s Ganderbal district.
Talking to media on the sidelines of the public meet, Sharma said that with the advent of BJP government, progress and development are altogether on a new high. Taking a dig at the previous regimes, Sharma said that, the earlier governments failed to deliver and we are on a mission to change the scenario for a better and progressive future of the people”, he said.
“As the president of the state unit, it is my duty to reach out to the people across the state he said while adding that I am starting it with this “Holy Ganderbal”. The delegation would hold public meets in four districts in the coming days. The party aims to widen its horizons- to have representatives over here, setup committees and want our candidates to win, he added.
Sharma on the occasion also revealed that PHE Minister Sham Chowdary would be representing the party for Ganderbal constituency to listen the grievances of people.
Answering to a query regarding the upcoming Panchayat elections, Sharma said that the party is ready for elections- “We are set for the elections be it in Kashmir, Jammu or for that matter in Ladakh division,” Sharma said.
Sat Sharma who was accompanied by Vice president Ashok Koul, MLC Sofi Yousuf, Spokesperson Khalid Jehangir and other party leaders addressed the workers at convention. The speakers urged workers to strengthen the party at grass root level and convey the schemes of Prime Minister Floated for the benefit of common people.