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Uttarakhand / Kotdwar: Mahendra Bhatt met the workers, gave ‘mantra’ to deal with the challenges of 2023

BJP State President Mahendra Bhatt (BJP State President Mahendra Bhatt) reached Aita village of his native village Dugadda Mandal to attend the first death anniversary of Mohan Lal Bonthiyal (Death anniversary of Mohan Lal Bonthiyal) program. Where he paid tribute to Mohan Lal Bonthiyal. After this, BJP state president Mahendra Bhatt met the workers of Rikhanikhal, Yamkeshwar, Dugadda, Kotdwar, Kalagarh and Bhabar mandals of Pauri district. During this, he asked the workers to strengthen the organization regarding the Municipal Corporation, Nagar Panchayat and Municipal elections to be held in 2023.

On reaching Kotdwar, Mahendra Bhatt was warmly welcomed by the BJP workers. During this, the BJP state president told the workers that the party does not run on slogans and speeches. Along with the all-round development in the area, the target of the party can be determined with the spirit of public service. Mahendra Bhatt said that in 2023 there are big challenges before the party workers. Because Municipal Corporation, Nagar Panchayat and Municipality elections are going to be held in the coming year.

At the same time, Mahendra Bhatt said that in order to strengthen the BJP organization, in the coming days, the office bearers will also be given the responsibility. This time women will be made president of the mandal in the mandal. To strengthen the BJP organization, the state organization has honored two women as district presidents in Pauri and Ranikhet. Earlier there were 11 mandals in Kotdwar district and now Bhabar mandal has been divided into two parts. Due to which there are going to be 12 mandals.

One circle has also been extended in Pauri district. There are going to be 26 mandals of BJP in district Pauri. In 5 mandals in Yamkeshwar, 4 mandals in Lansdowne, in 4 mandals in Kotdwar, two women are being given the responsibility of mandal president. At the same time, State Organization Minister Ajay, who reached the Kotdwar program, told the workers that Prime Minister Narendra Modi should participate in Mann Ki Baat and the monthly meeting. He said that BJP workers should take the schemes of the state and central government to rural and remote areas.