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Now BJP to pitch for JK Assembly elections
1/16/2023 11:29:10 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Jan 16: The voices seeking much-awaited Assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir are likely to go louder as the Bharatiya Janta Party or BJP has started its 2-day national executive meeting in Delhi on January 16 where the JK poll issue is being discussed.
The BJP National President JP Nadda on Monday presided over the national executive meeting to review the reports submitted by state general secretaries and the party representatives from Jammu and Kashmir.
Sources said from J&K apart from other leaders, the meeting is being attended by senior BJP leader from Kashmir, Darakshan Andrabi.
Sources said the participants during an informal chat at tea break “pitched for holding of elections in the Jammu and Kashmir in the larger interest of democracy and aspirations of the people of the region.”
“There was a larger consensus among the leadership that the elections (in JK) be held,” said a source.
Sources said the party leadership is of the opinion that by holding elections, “BJP will form the government of its own by not only sweeping Jammu region but also by making significant victory in Kashmir region.”
A senior BJP leader told the Early Times on the condition of anonymity that party has gained enough ground in the Union Territory for “prospective historic victory.”
The sources said a formal word about the holding of elections was expected on Tuesday when the party will formally speak about its resolution of the meeting. Sources said focus areas during the meeting are “resolutions of the National Executive meeting encompass political, economic, and international affairs.” “Strategy for the upcoming assembly elections in nine states this year, democratic issues of Jammu and Kashmir and the Lok Sabha elections to be held next year are being discussed,” said a source. BJP State Presidents and General secretaries are available in the meeting. Vice president Vasundhara Raje, Raman Singh, Radha Mohan Singh, Saudan Singh, National general secretary organization BL Santhosh. National General secretaries Arun Singh, Dushyant Gautam, Tarun Chugh, and CT Ravi are participating in the meeting. Along with them, the BJP State President and morcha president are present
The two-day national executive meeting of the BJP is being held at NDMC Convention Centre in Delhi.
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