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BJYM leader Neha Joshi provides equipment for smart classes in GIC Buranskhanda


By Sunil Sonkar

Mussoorie, 15 Feb: Neha Joshi, National Vice President of the BJP Yuva Morcha, distributed materials like LED computers, projectors, inverters, etc., in collaboration with ONGC for starting smart classes in Government Inter College Buraskhanda, here, today.

On this occasion, Neha Joshi also distributed copies of a book, ‘Padega, Badhega Uttarakhand’, to the students, in which information about the schemes run by the state government has been given. Joshi said that first time voters will play a decisive role in the Lok Sabha elections, and to communicate with them, Yuva Morcha is going to hold more than 2 lakh youth chaupals across the country. She also described the opposition in the state as negligible.

On the occasion, Neha Joshi was welcomed by the college management with a bouquet. She emphasised that the local MLA, Cabinet Minister Ganesh Joshi, is constantly trying to improve the level of government schools in the state. For this, various types of materials are given in schools from time to time. She said continuous efforts are being made to ensure that private school type facilities are available in government schools. Thanks to the ONGC, material has been provided for starting a smart class in Buranskhanda Inter College. She claimed it is the effort of Cabinet Minister Ganesh Joshi to make all the government schools of Mussoorie Assembly like private schools so that the children of rural areas can get better education.

Neha Joshi added that every BJP worker is ready for the Lok Sabha elections and, this time around, 30 percent are those who will cast their vote for the first time. She said that Bharatiya Janata Party is trying to contact first time voters through Yuva Morcha. She reminded that, a few days ago, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had virtually interacted with 50 lakh first time voters. She asserted that there have been a lot of changes in the country in the last 10 years. Many new schemes have been implemented by the Modi Government and the state government is also working to benefit the people through public welfare schemes.

Joshi claimed there is little opposition in the state. She accepted that the opposition plays a very important role in a strong democracy but, unfortunately, the opposition in Uttarakhand is confined to its own internal disputes. It is difficult to guess who is the leader and who is the actor in the opposition. She asserted that many important decisions have been taken by Pushkar Singh Dhami in Uttarakhand and history has been created in the country by implementing the Uniform Civil Code.

Also present on the occasion were former BJP Mussoorie President Mohan Petwal, General Secretary Kushal Rana, Vice President Amit Bhatt, former nominated councillor Arvind Semwal, former District Panchayat member Anuj Kaushal, Narendra Melvan, Surendra Rana, Veer Singh Chauhan, Balam Bisht, Puran Kohli, Anil Singh Annu, Sumit Bhandari, Mohan Shahi, Sunil Chamoli, Anita Dhanai, Kamla Thapliyal, Vijay Butola, Ramesh Khanduri, the School Principal, teachers, staff and students.