BJP state president Kamal Sharma on Sunday said his party had no differences with the alliance partner SAD and all the decisions were taken with mutual consent.
He said the party took a strong stand after the imposition of E-trip,regularisation of colonies and property tax,and necessary changes were being made by the government now. The results are coming after the BJP took up the matter. We stand by our voters, said Sharma during his visit to the city.
He,however,clarified that E-trip was meant to bring reform in the system,and the industrialists must understand this fact. The genuine difficulties faced by them were being taken up,he added.
On the advance credit deposit scheme of the Punjab State Power Corporation Limited,the BJP state chief said he did not have much details about this scheme and would be able to comment only when he got full details.
Interestingly,the advance credit deposit scheme was implemented more than six months back.
Sharma was in the city to chair a meeting of the district working committee. He said Ludhiana had been divided into three areas: Ludhiana city,Jagraon and Khanna. The whole of Punjab had been divided into 33 areas.
The meeting was meant to prepare the party workers for the Lok Sabha elections. BJP district president Parveen Bansal and many others were present at the meeting.