Rally starts from Pantha Chowk, ends at Balhama; Er Aijaz Hussain welcomes new entrants, addresses mega workers convention at Balhama, says election or no election, BJP committed to serve people; party conventions aimed at strengthening party at grassroots level
Srinagar, Dec 25: To mark the birth anniversary of senior BJP leader and former Prime Minister, Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee ji, a massive bikers rall was held from Pantha Chowk to Balhama area of Srinagar while as dozens of youth and women joined BJP in presence of Young BJP leader and DDC member Er Aijaz Hussain at Khonmoh.
Later, all the participants listened patiently the Man ki baat program of Prime Minister Narendera Modi Ji. Also a , mega workers convention was held at Balhama after the culumination of rally.
Er Aijaz who is the incharge of Lal Chowk Assembly constituency, led a massive biker’s rally that started at Pantha Chowk and culuminated at Balhama, where he addressed hundreds of party workers.
The rally was organised by the BJP activists and workers of Lal Chowk Assembly constituency that saw participation of hundreds of bikers. The rally was held to commemorate the birth anniversary of former PM Late Atal Bihari Vajpayeeji. Speaking at the gathering at Balhama, Er Eijaz said that BJP owes a lot to Vajpayee ji and today party was following into his footsteps and acheiving sucess through the mantra of peace and development. He paid rich tributes to Vajpayee ji and stated that the great leader continues to live in the hearts of every BJP worker across the country. On the occasion, scores of youth and women joined BJP in presence of BJP leader and DDC member Er Aijaz. The young leader said that no matter when elections would be held, he and his party were committed to core to serve people by all means.
Pertinently, Er Aijaz has been holding a series of workers conventions of Lal Chowk Assembly constituency including the one where only women folk were invited. All these programs are aimed at strengthening the party at grassroots level and to defeat the people giving false hopes to common masses, Er Aijaz said. (EoM)