|JAMMU, Oct 24: Rich tributes were paid to the Sher-e-Duggar, Pandit Prem Nath Dogra on the occasion of his 129th birth anniversary. |
BJP State President Shamsher Singh Manhas alongwith other senior leaders pay rich tributes to this great nationalist leader.
The programme was organized by Jammu District BJP under its President Rajesh Gupta.
Remembering Pt. Prem Nath Dogra, Shamsher Singh Manhas said that this great Dogra leader was a man of principles and a vision which encouraged the nation loving people across the state to stand united for the complete integration of the state with the rest of the country.
He said that the historic Ek Vidhaan-Ek Pradhan-Ek Nishaan agitation of Praja Parishad under the able stewardship of Pt. Prem Nath Dogra gave a new direction to the movement as a result of which the separate post of Prime Minister was abolished but the mission is still incomplete as there exists separate flag and separate Constitution.
He also appealed the party activists to spread the message of Pandit ji and mobilize their opinion to join hands with BJP to get rid of the separate symbols and the separate status.
Jammu District BJP General Secretary Jaideep Sharma presented vote of thanks.
Dr. Nirmal Singh, Ashok Khajuria, Jugal Kishore Sharma, Dr. Jitendra Singh, Col. Uttam Singh, Ashok Kaul, Usha Choudhary, Amarnath Gupta, Chander Mohan Sharma, Kavinder Gupta, Yudhvir Sethi, Mamta Singh, Bansi Lal Bharti, Shiv Kumar Gupta, Balbir Ram, Rajesh Gupta, Sakina Bano, N.D. Rajwal, Subash Gupta, Vikram Randhawa, Ramesh Sharma, Jaideep Sharma, Ashwani Sharma, Priya Sethi, Naresh Dogra, Pardeep Sharma, Rajinder Sharma, Parmodh Kapahi, Ayodhya Gupta, Praduman Singh, Surinder Choudhary, Sunil Dogra, Vijay Sharma, Dinesh Gupta, Chander Mohan Gupta, Ramneek Gupta, Tarseem Choudhary, Gulshan Mahajan, Gurcharan Singh, Anil Masoom, Chaman Lal, Kuldeep Kandhari, Karan Sharma, Arvind Gupta, Bishamber Singh, Chetan Mehra, Mnumanav Mahajan, Hardesh Gupta and others took part in the havan and garlanded the statue of Panditji.
News Updated at : Thursday, October 25, 2012