BJP committed to maintain transparency in monetary transactions in politics: Ashok Kaul

TNN Bureau. Updated: 9/14/2021 3:35:07 PM Press Release

JAMMU: Bharatiya Janata Party is committed to maintain transparency in monetary transactions in politics, stated Ashok Kaul, State General Secretary of J&K, BJP.
Ashok Kaul was addressing a meeting of Ajivan Sehyog Nidhi at party headquarter, Trikuta Nagar, Jammu.
BJP Treasurer Prabhat Singh, Convener Aajivan Sehyog Nidhi Prem Gupta, co-convener Gian Sharma, Arun Khosla and conveners and co-conveners of all 17 Districts of Jammu province participated in the meeting.
Ashok Kaul, while addressing the meeting said that with this scheme of Ajivan Sehyog Nidhi, Bharatiya Janata Party is committed to set up a trend of using clean money in politics. He said that the scheme underlies the party’s ideology of maintaining transparency in fund collection process of political parties as donations are being taken in form of cheques or other digital modes only. He added that the party holds no space for any type of corruption in the organization or in the public life and has taken every possible measure to provide clean organization and hence resultant clean governance to the masses.
Ashok Kaul said that the party attained pinnacle under dynamic and inspirational leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and this is one of the major reforms that the BJP has brought in. BJP visions to make Bharat an example of progress, modernity, divinity with transparency, he stressed.
Prem Gupta, while deliberating on the progress of the Aajivan Sehyog Nidhi in the party said that the BJP workers are very much enthusiastic about the scheme. He said that the BJP workers believe the organization as their family and hence feel their responsibility to collect and donate clean money for running the routine affairs of the party. He assured the party leadership that like early years this year also the BJP’s department of Aajivan Sehyog Nidhi will ensure the smooth collection of funds in digital manner.

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