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Najibabad. Vikas Bharat Sankalp Yatra run by Bharatiya Janata Party was organized in Mochipura Gram Panchayat of Gajraula Parmar Mandal of Najibabad Assembly. In which district in-charge minister Kapil Dev Aggarwal was present as the chief guest. The program was presided over by District President Bhupendra Chauhan Bobby and BDO Jyoti Chaudhary. During the program, Minister in-charge Kapil Dev Aggarwal, while addressing the gathering, said that Vikas Bharat Sankalp Yatras are being organized all over India. Along with this, he told about the public welfare schemes of the Central Government and said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has He has worked to move the country forward on the path of development and also apprised the gathering about the importance of the Sankalp Yatra and said that the Central Government has always been with every section and is on the policy of Sab Ka Saath, Sabka Vikas and Sabka Vishwas. Is working. He said that the benefits of the schemes are being extended to every section and no one is being discriminated against in the government. During his address, District President Bhupendra Chauhan Bobby said that the public will vote on Modi ji only on the basis of the developmental policy of the Central Government. They are so confident that Modi ji will become the Prime Minister again in 2024. At the end of the program, certificates were distributed to the beneficiaries of the schemes by the Minister in-charge and the District President. Block chief Chaudhary Tapraj Singh was the coordinator of the Vikat Bharat Sankalp Yatra. The main speaker in the program was Before assembly candidate Rajeev Agarwal, District Minister Balraj Tyagi, Assembly Convener Sandeep Tayal, District Media Incharge Vikrant Chaudhary, Luv Chaudhary, Mandal President Jugnesh Kumar, Arya Virendra Sharma, City President Sanjeev Gupta Bijnor, Rahul Tiwari, Mahipal Singh Gram, Pradhan Chaudhary Dhir Singh and other officials and workers were present.
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