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January 23rd, 2014

BJP seeks 3 Lok Sabha seats in upcoming elections

STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: BJP J and K State Seh- Prabhari and MLA Delhi R.P Singh emphasized upon the party cadres to work for next three months to win atleast three Lok Sabha  seats in the State. Singh, while addressing the executive meeting, said it is the party’s mission of 272+ to make Narinder  Modhi as Prime Minister.
BJP State President and MLA Jugal Kishore Sharma also spoke in the meeting.
The first session begin with discussion on political resolution which was presented by the Prof. Hari Om and second session by Dr. Nirmal Singh and Ashok Khajuria. The resolution dealt in detail all the current political issues of the State.
Agenda 2014 for election campaign in the current year was presented by Dr. Jitendra Singh and seconded by Bali Bhagat, the agenda included refugee problems, regional discrimination, formation of new administrative units and U.T status for Ladakh.
State General Secretary Bali Bhagat announced the agitational programme for the next few months which include Secretariat Gherao by party workers on the opening day of forthcoming assembly session with similar programmes at all the district headquarters on the same day.
National Executive Members Ashok Khajuria, Dr. Nirmal Singh and Shamsher Singh Manhas, National Executive Member and Chief Spokesperson Dr. Jitendra Singh, State General Secretaries Ashok Koul, Bali Bhagat, and Rajiv Jasrotia, State Vice-Presidents Chander Parkash Ganga, Usha Choudhary and G.M Mir, Political Advisor to State BJP President Prof. Hari Om, Party MLAs Sukhnandan Kumar, Sham Choudhary, Baldev Raj, Master Lal Chand, Durga Dass, Bharat Bhushan and Prof. Gharu Ram also attended the meeting.

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