We will form next Govt with absolute majority: Ravinder Raina


Jammu, March 8: J&K BJP Sunday promised to form the next government in Jammu and Kashmir with absolute majority.

“We should take a pledge in the holy town of Katra that whenever assembly polls are held in J&K, BJP will form the next government in J&K and the party will have its own chief minister with absolute majority,” BJP J&K Chief Ravinder Raina said on the concluding day of the two-day State Executive Committee meeting at Katra.

Also Read:

Citing an example, Raina said: “Today BJP has panchs and sarpanchs unlike the past. We also have BDCs, and DDC chairpersons and vice-chairpersons across J&K.”

He said that in the same manner, they would have to work to make sure that the next government is formed by the BJP.

“We have to surrender our ego and focus on the new target to achieve,” Raina said.

He said that the issues of daily wagers would also be resolved as it had been raised with the Government of India and Lt Governor Manoj Sinha.

“National Conference, Congress and PDP have back stabbed the youth. They are sympathisers of China and Pakistan,” he said. “In J&K, there is a fight between those who respect the tricolour and those who disrespect the tricolour.”

He termed each worker of BJP a soldier for the defence of the country.

Claiming that BJP was the biggest sympathiser of nomads in J&K, the BJP chief of J&K said National Conference wants de-reservation of Anantnag seat even as they have their chairperson in DDC from this district.

“The Anantnag seat has been reserved for Schedule Tribes (STs) and the NC has won the chairperson’s seat. Despite this the sitting MP of NC Hasnain Masoodi challenged the reservation in the Supreme Court and demanded its de-reservation,” Raina said.

He said that the nomadic Gujjars and Bakerwals were nationalistic people who had been deprived of their rights lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government for providing reservation to the nomads.