Srinagar March 01: BJP District President Ganderbal Mohammad Amin Shah met BJP senior leader and Spokesperson Altaf Thakur at the party Srinagar office. Shah met J&K’s founding member and dynamic leader at his office in Srinagar. The leaders stressed upon mainstreaming politics among the youth of Kashmir Valley. The youth are the future and must take an active part in the political establishment of the Union Territory. Modi is doing a great job regarding the young ones, he is taking care of youth from their schooling, exams to jobs. Exam Warrior and Mann ki Baat programs are the example how Modi is serious about motivating youth. Technical as well as professional services are being treated as a priority and new sciences are being introduced in the syllabus to make experts.
Shah brought various issues to party spokesperson’s notice regarding the political scenario of the Ganderbal. Ganderbal is a district of fertile brains that need to be brought into the political arena. It was said in the meeting that intellectuals and scholars need to be brought to the table and discussions regarding developmental policies in the district should be discussed. The intellectual class should take an active part in politics and it should be made sure that BJP district Ganderbal should use such brains to create ideas. Party should also include such members and scholars, students should join BJP for a better future. Altaf Thakur reiterated that the BJP government has brought real development to the state, and ended corruption and VIP culture. BJP also ended the exploitation of the people of Jammu and Kashmir. Currently every person hold an insurance upto 5 lakh in his pocket while poor are getting subsidies directly to their bank accounts. Before Modi government nothing like the concept of good governance was seen, BJP has brought administration closer to people and it is not far than a tweet or phone call.
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