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Ayodhya verdict reflects united and strong New India: Vibodh

Vibodh inaugurates Ganesh Motor Garage

Rajouri, November 10 | Senior BJP leader and Advocate Vibodh Gupta along with chairman MC Rajouri Mohd. Arif inaugurated Ganesh Motor Garage at Dhani Dhar, Rajouri.

While addressing the gathering Gupta congratulated proprietor of the Garage Gorav Chandan for his new business venture. He further lauded the efforts of the youth for their contributions to develop Rajouri as the business hub and appealed everyone to further explore the opportunities to expand the market and small-scale industries in the district.

Gupta said that Dhani Dhar has a lot of potentials and together we can mutually develop it on modern lines. He termed the sanction of 28 crores for the construction of a double lane road from Rajouri to University via Dhani Dhar as a welcome step for the people of the area.

Later Gupta also congratulated people for the landmark verdict delivered by the Hon’ble Supreme Court on Ayodhya case. He said that 9 November will always be remembered as a red-letter day in the history of India. “The entire country received the judgement of the apex court with open hearts, which is the clear reflection of united and strong India, he added.” He further said that the top BJP leaders are playing a key role in maintaining communal harmony and peace in the country.

Speaking on the occasion chairman MC Rajouri also congratulated the owner of the Garage and encouraged others to promote new business endeavours in the district. He also appreciated the efforts of senior BJP leader Vibodh Gupta to beautify Rajouri with new and revolutionary transformations. He called Modi’s era as the golden era for the people belonging to remote areas of the state.

The owner of the garage Gorav Chandan expressed his gratitude to Advocate Vibodh for inaugurating the garage and said that his encouraging words on the occasion will further help his new startup in the area.

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