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Nation wants Modi as next PM: BJP J&K Prabhari Avinash Khanna

BJP Member of Parliament & Prabhari J&K Avinash Rai Khanna, who is on 2-day visit of Jammu in connection with preparatory meetings with regard to Narendra Modi’s December 1 rally in Jammu, chaired District meeting at Akhnoor and later meeting of Senior leaders, State Office Bearers, MLAs, Presidents of morchas and Cells Incharge at party office to discuss ways and means for the successful conduct of this mega event.

Addressing these meetings, Avinash Rai Khanna said that Modi’s public rally in Jammu will usher in the new dawn of self confidence and self respect for all those people of the state who believe in Indian nationalism.

He said that record gatherings in the rallies in different states of the country is a clear signal of the people’s mood who are of the opinion that the country need to get rid of most corrupt, anti-people UPA, which has promoted dynastic rule, prise rise and insecurity among the citizens and want Modi to be the Prime Minister.

State President Jugal Kishore Sharma counseled the leaders to ensure that every resident of the state, of whatever corner, should have information about this rally quite early. As per the reporting by Prabharis of various districts, it is clear that the news of the rally has radically energized all such people who had been demoralized and disheartened on account of militant friendly outlook of the NC-Congress coalition and its corruption of limitless scale.

Leader of BJP Legislative Party Ashok Khajuria said that party workers should fully tap the public sentiment and persuade people to participate in the rally. The participation of maximum number of people would signal an epochal change of political ambience to all the elements who have been holding the state to ransom by challenging its accession with the rest of the country and would enthuse people of nationalist outlook.

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