BJP to win 4-5 seats from Rajouri-Poonch: Vibodh
RAJOURI: Lauding the decision taken by Election Commission of India to hold Assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir State on time, Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) State Vice President Advocate Vibodh Gupta said that it is the appropriate time for the elections to be held in the State as people were suffered badly due to mis-governance during the reign of Omar Abdullah-led coalition government for the last nearly six years.
While welcoming many sarpanches, panches and other Muslim people into BJP, Vibodh said that the Assembly elections would be historic for BJP as it is going to win majority of seats in all the three regions of the State and would form the next Government on its own.
Vibodh further said, “In 2014 Lok Sabha elections, BJP win all the three seats in Jammu and Ladakh regions and keeping in view the recent election results of Haryana and Maharashtra states were BJP emerged as a single largest party, one can say that the performance of BJP in J&K will be better this time”.
To make the BJP’s ‘Mission 44+’ successful in twin border districts of Rajouri and Poonch, Vibodh said that the people are finding a ray of hope in the BJP and it would win about 4-5 seats in this elections. “People understand the hoodwinking policies of the Congress, National Conference (NC) Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and others, which always ignored these border districts for their nefarious designs and made these areas as ‘colonies for minting votes only’.
He also appealed the people irrespective of cast, creed and colour to strengthen the hands of the BJP candidates by voting in their favour in the coming elections.
Speaking on the occasion, District President Bharat Bhushan Vaid said that the performance of the Narendra Modi led BJP Government in the Centre for the last more than four months created an example of ‘minimum government, maximum governance’ and Modi has a special focus over J&K State which was reflected in his recent three visits into the State and when State is facing a turmoil.
Senior BJP leader Nazak Shah also addressed the gathering and highlighted the achievements registered by then NDA Government headed by the Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee and asked people to give support to the BJP in the state as they did during the Lok Sabha elections.
Prominent among those who joined BJP includes Sarpach Badanoo Sayeed Mushtaq Hussain, Panch Rakibhan Mohd Tofail, Naib Sarpanch Sadar Shah, Mohd Shabir, Arshid Mehmood, Mushtaq Ahmed, Abdul Gani Chib, Azhar Shah, Molvi Abdul RASHID, Molvi Mohd Yousaf, Haji Mohd Nayaz, Ajmal Hussain, Mohd Iqbal, Mian Lal Mirza Abdul Subedar Zaffar Iqbal Malik.