Ex-Minister Sat Sharma (CA) interacted with the prominent activists and polling booth agents of Mulbukk Shergill Mandal
Kargil, May 04: Giving final touches to the preparations of Lok Sabha campaign for BJP’s Ladakh candidate Jamyang Tsering Namgyal, Former State President BJP and Ex-Minister Sat Sharma (CA) interacted with the prominent activists and polling booth agents of Mulbukk Shergill Mandal and GM Pora Trespone Mandal of Kargil District. Sharma was also accompanied by District President BJP Kargil Mohd Ali, State Vice President BJYM Mohd Hassan Pasha, Councillor Padma, Nazir Ahmed, Zakir Ahmed, Haji Mohd Isaaq and several other senior leaders of the region.
Speaking on the occasion, Sat Sharma said that there is not much time left now and all lists of polling booth agents and observers must be verified again so that no problem occurs on the polling date and all our responsible activists whose duties have been assigned on the polling stations must be vigil so that opposition parties do not perform any sort of foul play on the date of polling as they are already in a habit of doing so and respect for Prime Minister Narendra Modi all across the globe is not digestible to opposition and they will try to do some mischievous things for which every BJP activist of the region has to be aware.
He stated that people of the region have understood that only NDA government under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is capable of working with perseverance for masses and his determination to work for every segment of society itself speaks that BJP is the only party committed on the agenda of “Sabka Sath Sabka Vikas”.
He also stated that on 23 May when the results for Lok Sabha 2019 will come out, Ladakh seat will be amongst those which will be won by BJP and that too with a huge margin. He asked every BJP activist present to work hard till polling ends in the region to gain fruitful results for the party and Ladakh’s contribution is very much necessary to elect world’s favourite leader Narendra Modi as Prime Minister again, he added.