Former District General Secretary of Congress

Former


DW BUREAU Former District General Secretary and Vice President of Congress Party, Prahlad Sharma left Congress and joined BJP in party headquarter 'Kamlam' in presence of Bharatiya Janata Party state President Arun Sood. BJP Vice President Prem Kaushik, General Secretary Rambir Bhatti, Devi Singh, Avi Bhasin, Yog Raj were also present on this occasion. Daljit Singh Guleria, Vikrant Tuli, Harish Kumar, Sukhwinder Singh, Harmeet Kumar, Dwarka Prasad, Rajinder Singh, Rajesh Sethi, Dharam Pal, Vikas Trehan, Vishal Trehan, Dhanraj, Sunil Trehan, Rajinder Dhingra, Vijay Bahadur, Radheshyam, Ramesh Kaushal, Baldev Singh and Narayan Das were among those who left Congress with Prahlad Sharma and joined BJP.. Welcoming all the people who joined the party, BJP President Arun Sood said that BJP is not only a party but a family. All the workers working here work on the motto of 'Nation First'. He said that due respect would be given to Prahlad Sharma and all his colleagues who joined the party. Announcing the appointment of Prahlad Sharma as the convener of the cooperative cell of the Bharatiya Janata Party, Arun Sood said that the Center is committed to innovation in the field of cooperatives and keeping this goal in mind, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has appointed a new ministry in the central government. has been constituted. Prahlad Sharma said that he was suffocating for a long time by staying in Congress. The party has become leaderless. In the party, those who talk about the interest of the country are being ignored and those who do the 'chamachagiri' of a particular family are being rewarded. He said that influenced by the visionary leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he along with his colleagues joined the BJP and will do whatever the party gives them with full devotion. (editor@dailyworld.in)




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