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BJP celebrates 38th ‘Raising Day’

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Srinagar, Apr 6, CNS: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) celebrated its 38th ‘Raising Day’- to celebrate the 38th anniversary of the party, on Thursday.

V.C SICOP and Senior Leader Dr. Ali Mohammad Mir  said that people have made the BJP as the country’s largest political party in terms of representation in the national parliament and state assemblies.

“BJP is the world’s largest party in terms of primary membership of more than 14 crore cadre with 13 lakh trained party cadre,” Mir  told the workers in a function at  party Office Jawaharnagar Srinagar.

Speaking on the occasion State Media Secretary Altaf Thakru  said the party has more than 4.5 lakh members in Kashmir, adding, it was party’s pro- public and good governance agenda which has attracted the masses.

He also said: “BJP is committed to India’s unity and integrity, its intrinsic identity and the social strength.” The party believes in the principle of “justice for all and appeasement of none”, that was why it attracted large masses into its fold.

Speaking on the occasion  District Vice President Srinagar Ashok Bhat said that BJP is one of the few parties in India to have a popular-based governing structure, where workers and leaders at the local level have a great say in much of the decision-making.

Senior Leader and Vistark Incharge Kashmri Malik Mushtaq Noorabadi said “BJP leadership has taken care of the aspirations of country’s citizens their empowerment, faster connectivity, more jobs, better education and improved quality of life,” he said, the Good Governance model of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, encompasses these broad themes into simple takeaways which have the potential of transforming India in the near future.

While elaborating the party’s present strength, BJP State Vice President Minority Morcha Adv. Syed Wajahat Hussain said that in 1980’s BJP has only two MP’s which now has crossed over 286 MP and BJP is presently ruling over 72 percent of country’s population.