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NC, PDP, Cong no match to BJP in J&K: Kavinder
4/19/2024 10:38:13 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Apr 19: Underscoring BJP's unrivaled position in the political landscape of Jammu and Kashmir, senior BJP leader and former Deputy Chief Minister Kavinder Gupta on Friday maintained that NC, PDP or Congress are no match to his party as BJP Government in the last ten years have won hearts of lakhs of people.
While addressing a number of public meetings ahead of Lok Sabha polls in Jammu Constituency, the BJP stalwart leader asserted that other parties in the region are no match to the BJP's growing influence and organizational strength. He said that there is no other political outfit in J&K which can guarantee what the PM Modi has in offing therefore people should remained focused and should support BJP in the upcoming phases of polls in J&K like the way the electorate has supported the party in Udhampur Constituency as over 65 percent votes have been casted till 5 PM and there is more time to go making it amply clear that BJP will remain triumphant in this seat.
Citing the BJP's track record of transformative governance and people-centric policies, he emphasized that the BJP has emerged as the preferred choice of the electorate in Jammu and Kashmir. He also highlighted the BJP's commitment to inclusive development, social justice, and national security as key factors driving its popularity among the masses.
The senior BJP leader categorically said that the BJP's robust organizational structure and tireless efforts of its cadre have significantly strengthened the party's presence at the grassroots level, making it a formidable force in Jammu and Kashmir's political circles. He expressed confidence that the BJP's unwavering dedication to the welfare of the people will continue to resonate with voters across the region.
Kavinder Gupta also took the opportunity to reiterate the BJP's unwavering commitment to upholding the principles of democracy and the rule of law. He emphasized that the BJP's rise in Jammu and Kashmir is a testament to the party's vision of a prosperous, peaceful, and united India. Ahead of polls in Jammu, the BJP leader called upon party workers and supporters to redouble their efforts in furthering the party's agenda of development and good governance.
The former deputy Chief Minister urged voters in Jammu and Kashmir to place their trust in the BJP, highlighting that the Party remains steadfast in its commitment to serving the interests of all sections of society. He asked the people not to get swayed by the bogus narratives by the parties having texture of being dynastic, changing stands for petty interests and remaining corrupt all the time.
Meanwhile, Kavinder Gupta convened a significant meeting with former legislators at Party Headquarters in Jammu, underscoring the paramount importance of maximizing public engagement during the electoral phase. Stressing the foundational role of citizen involvement in the democratic process, he urged for concerted efforts to enhance voter turnout and civic participation.
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