March 2020 News

BJP Gears Up For 'Nuw Sanzh' Programme In Kashmir

5 March 2020
Kashmir News Service

Srinagar: Bharitiya Janta Party, Jammu and Kashmir (JKBJP) Thursday announced that it would launch 'Nuw Sanzh' program to reach out people in Kashmir. A statement issued to KNS, Party's UT General Secretary (Org.) Ashok Koul said the reach-out program 'Nuv Sanz' aims to boost part's trust among people and would be started from 2nd week of March. Addressing the media at Pamposh Hotel in Srinagar, Koul said they would be sending their both workers and senior leaders to every block in Kashmir, so that they would listen the pleas of the people. 'The Nuw Sanz' program, he said is aimed to resolve pending issues of people and stating that previous government regimes had failed resolve those problems,' Koul said. He all arrangements have been finalized and party's senior leaders and workers will visit 136 wards of the Kashmir, so that issues of the people would be resolved the statement said. Every member has to spend 48 hours in the concerned block and then they would submit the same demands to the government, Koul said adding that they would also aware the people about the new schemes and policies of the government. 'People are facing problems including health, education and other issues in every corner of the valley. The program would be first such initiative by any party to reach out people in such way,' Koul said, the statement reads. Meanwhile, former J&K minister Sham Lal Sharma and party Media & IT In-charge Manzoor Bhat were assigned to central and North Kashmir parts. While BJP Kashmir spokesperson, Altaf Thakur and Sofi Yousuf were assigned south Kashmir and other leaders were given other areas on the occasion. As per the Koul, the novel initiative is meant to address the people's issues that have remained unresolved over the years. 'BJP would act as bridge between people and the government. Such initiatives are need of the hour and we hope that it would help t he people in the long run,' he said. On the occasion, 7 district presidents were also facilitated by the senior leaders and Koul said the name of remaining three would announce later