People want audit of misdoings, BJP committed for development
Srinagar, Dec 11: Senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and national spokesman Shahnawaz Hussain Friday said that the party has gained popularity in Kashmir due to which Gupkar Gang seems frustrated.
Addressing a meeting of BJP Minority Morcha, Yuva Morcha and OBC Morcha and other workers at party headquarters in Srinagar, he said people have accepted the BJP, and they are committed for development.
According to a statement issued to the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), Hussain said people of Jammu and Kashmir will not fall again in the Gupkar Gang trap and as they have exploited the people during the past 70 years.
“The people have rejected them openly during the ongoing elections and they should be ashamed for seeing the ground situation,” he said.
The senior leader said people are upset by their performance as they have deceived them and built their properties. “People want an audit of their misdeeds and properties which they have done over the past years. BJP was always against corruption and will not tolerate it at any level,” Hussain said.
Reacting about ongoing DDC and Panchayat elections, he said BJP is serious about these elections and the party is reaching every corner of the valley.
Briefing the upcoming rallies, Hussain said Union Finance and Corporate Minister Anuraj Thakur along with the party’s national general secretary Tarun Chugh and J&K General Secretary Org. Ashok Kumar Koul will visit Kashmir on Saturday.
“They will hold a massive rally at General Bus stand Budgam where they are expecting huge participation of people,” he said. BJP will hold a massive rally in Dal Lake on the 13th and another rally in Hajin area of Bandipora on 14th December. Shanawaz appealed to people to come forward to support the BJP to see the vision of development. We are committed and dedicated to our vision and mission in the region, he added
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