BJP’s National Youth Wing held virtual condolence meeting for Waseem Bari, and his family

(Photo Courtesy: Twitter/Ram Madhav)Waseem Bari | Photo Credits: Twitter/Ram Madhav

Srinagar: The national leadership of Bhartiya Janta Party Youth Wing on Monday paid rich tributes to their slain leaders who were killed by militants a few days ago at Bandipora.

Poonam Mahajan paid tributes, called Wasim a great leader

The meeting was attended by all National Office bearers , States Presidents , and state in-charges of Youth BJP.

National Vice President BJP Youth Er Aijaz Hussain said that all the national leaders held virtual meeting, prayed for the departed souls, and discussed their contribution for the making up of the party in the Kashmir Valley.

“As we have said, all leaders have felt the pain of trio. Today a condolence meeting was held, in which the departed were remembered, by all the office bearers, and leaders,” he national leader, who is also the in-charge of BJP youth wing West Bengal said in the statement.

“Their separation has created a void in us which will be unable to fill. But we are strong ready to work for the peace, party and the national. We won’t let the enemy have easy ground,” he added.

Er Hussain said that National President of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM), Poonam Mahajan, a parliament member graced the meeting. She had earlier spoken to the family of the slain on the phone.

Hussain had earlier paid visit to the family with all the national level leaders including Ram Madhav ji, the National General Secretary of the Bharatiya Janata Party, Dr Jitendra Singh MoS for the Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region and Minister of State for Prime Minister’s Office; Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions; Department of Atomic Energy and Department of Space, State President BJP Ravinder Rana and others. The party had offered help to the family who also asked for stern action against medicos who desecrated the dead bodies of the martyrs,” he added.

“The meeting of Madhav ji, Jitender ji and Ravinder ji have boosted our morale, as well as the families of the departed,” he said.

Wasim Bari, who was the former district president of Bandipora, was killed along with the father, and brother outside his home by militants.