JAMMU, NOV 1: The State unit of BJP got further strengthened when Socialistic Democratic Party (SDP), under its State President Dr. Darakhshan Andrabi, merged into BJP besides a large number of social activists joining the party on the occasion. The new entrants led by Dr Andrabi were garlanded and welcomed into the party fold by State President and MP Jugal Kishore Sharma, Leader of Legislative party Ashok Khajuria, State Election Campaign Committee Chairman Dr. Nirmal Singh, State General Secretaries Ashok Kaul, Kavinder Gupta and Bali Bhagat besides party MLA Sham Choudhary. Jugal Kishore Sharma, on the occasion said that BJP is heading towards becoming the dominant and the largest party due to its popularity and acceptability among all in Jammu & Kashmir and SDP’s merger has strengthened our base throughout the state. He said that the merger of SDP and joining of such a large number of people drawn from different walks of life
will obviously prove to take BJP to new heights. Ashok Khajuria said that the entire length and breadth of the state is yearning for the victory of BJP in the ensuing assembly elections. The party's slogan 'BJP Lao Pradesh Bachao' is attracting the attention of the masses and we are getting overwhelming response. There is no doubt that with each passing day, BJP is reaching closer to government formation in J&K.
Ashok Kaul said that the much awaited "Achche Din" have begun as the people themselves are realizing that in the shortest time the BJP led government under Narendra Modi has been displaying its commitment for good governance, corruption free administration, bringing down price line and working for common people.He prased Dr Darakhshan for her nationalistic and pan-India ideology.
Dr. Darakhshan Andrabi, while briefing about the merger of SDP into BJP, said that the slogan of change, has been echoing in every nook and corner of J&K and the whole nation is looking towards the people's decision to show door to NC, Congress and PDP and bring in BJP which has proved its credentials during four month rule at the centre. She said that her new political innings will be equally important so far her contribution to the peace, development and service through politics was concerned.