Jammu and Kashmir BJP president Ravinder Raina on Wednesday said his party would fight the upcoming assembly elections on its own strength to form the next government in the Union Territory.
He said the BJP is fully prepared for the polls, which would be announced after the completion of the delimitation exercise, and had set a target of 50-plus assembly seats.
“The BJP will fight the upcoming assembly elections on its own strength and there will be no alliance with anyone,” Raina told reporters after addressing a workers convention in Doda district.
Raina, who is presently on a tour of various districts as part of the party”s mass contact programme and mobilising its workers ahead of the polls, said the party had to stitch an alliance with the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) after the last assembly elections after it fell short of its mission of 44-plus seats.
“Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government had worked tirelessly to mitigate the problems of the people over the past seven years. The welfare schemes launched by the BJP government have benefited every section of the society under the slogan of ”Sabka Saath, SabkaV ikas and Sabka Vishwas” and today we are witnessing that every child is moving with the BJP flag in hand everywhere,” he said.
He said the BJP”s mass outreach campaign is underway, besides the district and ward level party workers convention.
“We are fully prepared for the assembly polls, which will be announced after the completion of the ongoing delimitation exercise. We have taken a pledge to cross 50-plus seats to form the next government with a thumping majority. The next chief minister will be from our party,” he said.
Raina said BJP workers are full of enthusiasm waiting for the announcement of the assembly elections in the Union Territory.
In March 2020, the BJP-led government had constituted a delimitation commission to redraw Lok Sabha and assembly constituencies in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir. The commission is yet to submit its report.
Asked about the anger among the youth against the BJP, the BJP president avoided a direct answer but said “we all know that during the last two years, the Covid-triggered lockdown caused recession around the world.
“Despite financial crunch, largescale recruitment was ensured in J-K Bank, police and civil services departments. The recruitment will continue to provide employment to the youth,” he said.
Earlier, on his arrival in the district, Raina was accorded a warm welcome by party workers.
Later, addressing the party workers meeting after a rally in the town, the BJP leader said the party has become the first choice of masses owing to the dedicated work by its workers at the ground level.
“BJP workers are always present to help the needy through thick and thin and as a result the people have developed immense faith in the whole organisation,” he said.
Asking the workers to keep up the momentum, he said with the dedicated selfless efforts of the party workers, the people have rejected the “opportunistic politics” of other political parties.
Jammu: 3 bovine smuggling bids foiled, 3 arrested
On Thursday, a few locals rescued bovines from an oil tanker bearing number JK02AC9970 at Ban Toll Plaza, Nagrota, but the truck driver, along with two others, absconded from the site. Nagrota police have seized the truck and have registered a case.
In CCTV footage from Ban Toll Plaza, when the police tried to stop the truck, the truck driver to rescue from the site didn’t stop the truck and even tried to crush the police officials. However, a few locals rescued the bovine, but the smugglers absconded from the truck.
Truck driver Going to Punjab with Bhukki from Kashmir Arrested, 120 kg of Bhukki recovered
Jhajjar Kotli Police has recovered a large consignment of narcotic drug Bhukki going from Kashmir to Punjab. Police also arrested its driver Ramneer Singh, resident of Fatehgarh Sahib, Punjab, carrying Bhukki in the truck. A total of 120 kg of Bhukki was recovered from his vehicle.
The truck driver is being questioned from which part of Kashmir he has brought Bhukki. A case under NDPS Act has been registered against the accused truck driver at Jhajjar Kotli police station.
According to the information received from the police, on Thursday morning, on the tip of drug smuggling, the police personnel blocked the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway in Suketar. Truck number PB10CM-9156 coming from Kashmir to Jammu, was stopped for investigation. The driver told the police personnel that the truck was empty. From Punjab, he had gone to Kashmir with food items. Leaving the food item in Kashmir, he was returning with an empty truck.
After suspecting the words of the truck driver, the police personnel started searching the truck. As soon as the truck was opened, eight sacks were found inside it. Intoxicants were lying inside the sacks. After recovering Bhukki from the truck, the driver tried to run away from the spot, but the police personnel did not let him escape and arrested him there.
The truck driver was taken to Jhajjar Kotli police station for questioning. SHO Jhajjar Kotli Devendra Singh said that whatever information from the accused truck driver will is shared with the Kashmir Police. Efforts will be made to detain people involved in drug trafficking in Kashmir. He claimed that some more people would be arrested in the coming days based on interrogation.
BJP celebrate Modi’s birthday, Congress protests as unemployment day in Srinagar
Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday organized a special function to celebrate the 71st birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi at party office in Srinagar.
Meanwhile, youth Congress celebrated the day as “ National unemployment Day” in Srinagar.
A BJP spokesman said here this evening that a function was organized at party headquarter in Srinagar in which senior party functionaries participated.
Senior party leader and spokesperson Dr Darakhshan Andrabi inaugurated a Photo Exhibition on Prime Minister. Large number of people participated in the programme.
Andrabi said India has witnessed corruption free governance because of Mr Modi after decades. “Prime Minister’s programmes and schemes are meant for weaker sections of society, deprived class of society, women, tribal population, farmers, labourers and youth. We are witnessing a peaceful terror-free environment not only in Jammu & Kashmir, but also throughout the country under his leadership, she said.
Andrabi futher said that historical decisions taken by PM have ended social discrimination, class-conflicts and lip-service appeasement and replaced with Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas & Sabka Vishvas.
She said we have been successful in creating an environment of transforming the future of India into a world power by seeing the Atamnirbhar Bharat mission in action at different levels showing great impact. In J&K, by scrapping of Article 370, we have seen the ailments of J&K getting cured slowly,” claimed Dr Andrabi.
Youth Congress activists today organized a protest rally at Press Enclave raising slogans against the unemployment, price rise of essentials and petrol and diesel.
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