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Kulgam: While addressing party cadres at Kulgam, after lending patent ears to ‘Mann Ki Baat’, Ravinder Raina, President JKBJP, reiterated party resolve constitute next government in Jammu and Kashmir.He was addressing BJP Sector Incharges meeting at Kulgam in South Kashmir.He was accompanied by BJP General Secretary (Org) Ashok Koul, Vice President Sofi Yusuf, District President Abid Hussain, Mushtaq Noorabadi, Manzoor Kulgami and many prominent senior leaders.With the successful holding of all party meeting in New-Delhi, the process of delimitation has been pushed through in the UT of J&K.And the Delimitation Commission and a committed team of officers is working day and night to work out a holistic model whereby the far flung, hitherto neglected areas of J&K shall get justice.The very gospel of ‘political justice to all’ is supposed to be achieved. Immediately after the delimitation, elections will be held.‘Awam’ of J&K are fed up with empty slogans, chest thumping and garden-paths of political parties.This time they vote for a change and we are hopeful that the way BJP programmes are becoming a hit in the far-flung pockets of J&K especially Kashmir valley, Bharatiya Janata Party is all set to form a government of its own.He further said the given a slew of unprecedented development measures and political engagement in J&K, and personal attention and affection shown by Pardhan Mantri, a massive pro-BJP wave is sweeping across the crisis-cross of J&K.Whereas, parties like NC, PDP, Congress & others, except projecting dynasty politics, have failed to deliver substantially on the political landscape of Jammu and Kashmir.Today also, thousands of people, especially in Kashmir region have come out to listen Mann Ki Baat of Modi.Raina further called upon the party cadres to strengthen the party network. A scintillating address was delivered by Ashok Koul while dwelling in detail on future policies and programmes of party.
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