“BJP is J-K people’s party, will have CM very soon”: BJP National Gen Sec

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The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Sunday said that those who served the last three generations in Jammu and Kashmir “have been rejected and people don’t even want to see their faces anymore”.

The BJP National General Secretary Tarun Chug was speaking on speaking of the results of the recently concluded District Development Council (DDC). He added: “BJP is the party of J-K people and it will have its own Chief Minister in Jammu and Kashmir very soon.” He claimed that the part of Kashmir under Pakistan will also be retrieved.

Replying to a query about the number of people detained for long in Kashmir, he said, “everybody has to follow the constitution, forget the violence and focus on development, tourism, and industrial growth in Jammu and Kashmir.”

Chug said that at least 18 lakh voters in Jammu and Kashmir didn’t cast ballots in favor of “Gupkar Gang” despite the fact that they serve for the last three decades. “Five former Chief Ministers and seven parties in unison have been rejected by a huge number of voters in Jammu and Kashmir,” Chug said, adding that even their candidates didn’t paste their photos on their banners during DDC polls.

He said, “They should think about it why a large number of people rejected them. Why Lotus blooms in Kashmir, Why their candidates didn’t use their photos on the banners. Gupkar Gang leaders didn’t campaign for their candidates as they were not being invited by anyone and later staged drama to show people that they are not being allowed to move outside.”(KNO)

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