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BJP took steps to meet needs of all sections, communities: Ashok Koul

01:52 AM Apr 03, 2024 IST | GK NEWS SERVICE
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Hiranagar, Apr 2: BJP General Secretary (Organisation) Ashok Koul today said that his party took steps to meet the needs of  all sections and communities.

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According to a press note, he was addressing a party function here. Ashok Koul, and Er Abdul Ghani Kohli, former Minister welcomed more than 50 persons belonging to the Gujjar community into the party fold and later interacted with them at Hiranagar.

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Ashok Koul said, “Parties like NC, PDP, and Congress have enjoyed the liberty to loot the resources of the state for 70 years. These parties misguided the public and the communities like Gujjar-Bakerwals, SCs, OBCs, and others to meet their political aspirations but never cared for their welfare at the ground level. BJP is the only political party that took substantial steps to meet the needs of all sections and all communities in all regions.”

He added that now recognising the truth that only the Modi government has taken the necessary steps for public welfare, more and more people are daily joining the BJP to strengthen the hands of PM  Modi. “The members of communities like Gujjar-Bakerwals, SCs, OBCs, and Paharis must also work as ambassadors of BJP to continue these welfare works with even more pace in the future”, said Ashok Koul.

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Abdul Ghani Kohli recalled the time when the members of the Gujjar-Bakerwal community had no real socio-economic security in this part of the country. He lamented that despite all the modern infrastructure and facilities, the community members were denied even the basic rights to live their lives with dignity. It is the Modi government, he said, that has empowered the community with more than 70 schemes for the welfare of the community, besides providing political reservation to the ST community in Jammu and Kashmir.

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