Several leaders of National Conference in Jammu and Kashmir have joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
This includes Sanjeev Khajuria, the senior leader and Kathua (Rural) district president of the National Conference, who joined the BJP along with other office bearers and party members,
Khajuria commended the impact of the Narendra Modi government’s welfare schemes at the ground level and praised the Prime Minister’s leadership on the global stage.
The development comes months before the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
The joining ceremony took place at the BJP’s headquarters in Jammu, with the party’s Jammu and Kashmir unit chief, Ravinder Raina, welcoming the new members.
Raina emphasized the BJP’s commitment to the welfare of people, regardless of region or religion, highlighting the party’s historic contributions in healthcare, education, infrastructure, and socio-economic development.
Raina also commented on the opposition’s INDIA bloc, stating that their alliance to impede Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s welfare initiatives had failed due to the growing popularity of PM Modi.
In a separate event, former Deputy Chief Minister and senior BJP leader Kavinder Gupta urged party workers to strengthen the party at the grassroots level for success in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls.