Jammu & Kashmir Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) paid warm tributes to its senior leader Jugal Kishore Gupta at party headquarter, Trikuta Nagar, Jammu.
J&K BJP President Ravinder Raina, party General Secretary (Org.) Ashok Koul along with other senior leaders spoke on the occasion narrating the life and shared experiences of the heavenly bound soul.
BJP NEM & headquarter Incharge Priya Sethi, Office Secretary Tilak Raj Gupta, Vikram Randhawa, Rajiv Charak, Baldev Singh Billawaria, Sham Choudhary, Ramesh Arora, Naresh Singh and others spoke on the occasion.
Jugal Kishore Gupta was J&K BJP Publicity Secretary who suffered a fatal heart attack while he was campaigning for the party in Punjab for ongoing Assembly elections in the neighbour state. He along with other senior leaders of the party was assigned for election duty since last month.
Ravinder Raina said that Jugal Kishore Gupta was a dedicated worker of the party who served in the organization with selfless service. He said that he was associated with the organization since his childhood. He said that he along with his other family members was associated with the organization. He said that the organization has lost a gem creating void in the organizational family. He told that he himself insisted that he will continue his work for the organization despite his ill health and sacrificed his life for the organization and the society. He said that whole organization is today praying for the Moksha to the departed soul.

Ashok Koul narrated the life incidences and past experiences with the noble soul. He recalled that how much struggle Jugal Kishore ji had to face while working as a dedicated RSS worker and social activist during the 1980s. He said that Jugal ji was staunch on his commitment for the organizational works and always fulfilled his role in whatever capacity he was allotted by the organization. He told that even his brother sacrificed his life while working for the organization. He said that even in this Punjab election duty he was steadfast for this job although he was not feeling well and had told insistently that “I shall not return from Punjab before fulfilling my commitment made to the party”. “Very few have the merit to live and die while fulfilling their commitments and Jugal ji was one of them”, Koul added.


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