BJP Launches Wall Writing Campaign in JK for Lok Sabha Elections, Emphasizes Modi Government’s Development Agenda.image/Jammu link news
BJP Launches Wall Writing Campaign in JK for Lok Sabha Elections, Emphasizes Modi Government’s Development Agenda
Jammu and Kashmir’s BJP President, Ravinder Raina, kicked off the party’s wall writing campaign in the region on Monday. The initiative, aimed at promoting the party’s agenda for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, involves inscribing the party’s symbol on walls. This campaign was initially launched on the same day in Delhi by the national president of the party, J P Nadda.
During the event, Raina emphasized the significance of “wall writing” as a crucial component of their election strategy. While personally contributing to the campaign by inscribing “Ek Baar Fir Modi Sarkar” (Once Again, Modi Government) on a wall near the party headquarters, he urged the public to cast their votes to ensure development not only in Jammu and Kashmir but throughout the nation by reinstating the Modi government.
Raina conveyed that the campaign would be extended to the grassroots level, aiming to have wall writings in every booth across the region. He highlighted the political stability provided by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government, stating that it has strengthened the nation on various fronts. To sustain this development momentum, Raina urged party workers to tirelessly engage in election-related activities until the polls.
Encouraging the party cadre, Raina emphasized the importance of spreading awareness about the public welfare schemes initiated by the Modi government. He urged them to actively incorporate the mission, policies, and achievements of the government into their community development efforts to garner unprecedented support for the party in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
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