In the presence of Uttarakhand BJP State President Mahendra Bhatt and former CM Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, 11 newly elected independent Kshetra Panchayat members from Haridwar today joined the BJP. On this occasion, the state president said that after ensuring majority in Haridwar district panchayat, the party is going to wave the flag in all the blocks.
The names of outgoing block chiefs Nadeem, Pappu, Ikram, Abdul, Dilshad, Yusuf, Amjad, Sattar, Shahnawaz, Suleman, were included in this function organized at the party state office. On this occasion, Bhatt welcomed all the members and said that the way Prime Minister Modi is taking the country forward on the path of development without any discrimination of religion and caste, the result of that is the large number of elected public representatives of minority communities. Have to come to BJP. He assured all the new members that the party and the government would give due respect to their sentiments.
On this occasion, former CM and Haridwar MP Dr. Nishank said in his address that the results of three-tier panchayat elections are proving that people want BJP government from Delhi to village. He said that we assure that all-round development works of the Central and State Governments will be carried out on a larger scale from house to house through Panchayats.
In this program, BJP State General Secretary Aditya Kothari, Roorkee MLA Pradeep Batra, State Office in-charge Kaustubhanand Joshi also gave their views. The program was conducted by the state media in-charge Manveer Singh Chauhan. Waqf Board President Shadab Shams, Haridwar Minority Front District President Bhaihroj Pradhan, former President Rajpal Singh, Syamveer Saini, Kunwar Japendra Singh etc. were present in the program. (news continues, see next paragraph)
State President declared seven front in-charges
Uttarakhand BJP has declared in-charge of seven fronts of its organization. These appointments have been made as per the instructions of Bharatiya Janata Party State President Mahendra Bhatt in-charge of the party’s fronts. Giving information, the state media in-charge Manveer Singh Chouhan said that the party’s state vice president Shailendra Bisht was named Yuva Morcha, Kuldeep Kumar to Mahila Morcha, state general secretary Khilendra Chaudhary to Kisan Morcha, Rajendra Bisht to Scheduled Caste Morcha, state vice-president Mukesh Koli to minority front, Mati Neeru Devi has been given the responsibility of in-charge of Scheduled Tribe Morcha, State General Secretary Aditya Kothari has been given the responsibility of in-charge of OBC Morcha.