Youth is backbone of nation: Rinku


Samba, May 15: Rinku Choudhary Vice President Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha Jammu and Kash-mir along with Jasvinder Singh Spokesperson BJYM JKUT, after been appointed as Incharge BJYM Samba District today paid first visit to party office Samba and chaired introductory meeting with BJYM office bearers.
Earlier, Rinku Choudhary was given a warm welcome by the Samba office bearers on his first visit after been appointed as BJYM incharge. Choudhary on the occasion also meet with senior BJP leaders and held discussion with them over several issues.
The whole programme was organised under the leadership of Narinder Partap Singh District President BJYM Samba.
During the meeting Choudhary stressed on uniting youth and discussed the '1 booth 20 youth' programme as announced by party. He asked BJYM activists to reach to maximum number of youth for apprising them about the youth oriented policies of BJP.
He said that youth is backbone of nation and can change the entire scenario of country by his will power, hard work and dedication. He stressed activists to bring more and more youth in party fold to give pace to the development started by prime minister Narendera Modi.
He also highlighted the issue of militancy and terrorism especially from the Jammu and Kashmir point of view and said that those anti-national forces who want to divide and disturb the country will be given a befitting reply by the youth.
The others who present on the Meeting were Rahul Vaid State Secretary, Vikas Sambyal Spokesperson, Ankush Jamwal & Ajit Kumar District General Secretaries, Anil Sharma, Suresh Jamwal, Dr Pankaj Bhagat, Nancy Choudhary, Sushil Slathia District Vice Presidents, Ashish Gupta State Executive Member, Pankaj Sharma, Sham Lalotra, Lucky Slathia, District Secretaries, Adv Vishal Sharma Legal Coordinator Vicky Kumar, Keshav Padha Mandal Presidents Radhay Jamwal Mandal Vice President and Naresh Sharma Mandal General Secretary.

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