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Modi Government to fulfill all promises made with people of J&K: Kavinder
6/21/2024 10:09:47 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, June 21: Senior BJP leader and former Deputy Chief Minister, Kavinder Gupta on Friday said that BJP Government-led by PM Narendra Modi has fulfilled all promises made with the people of J&K.
The BJP stalwart leader was addressing the media persons at the sidelines of the International Yoga Day celebrations in Jammu.
He said that assurance given by the PM Modi in Srinagar on early Assembly polls and restoration of statehood to J&K is the testimony to the fact that Modi Government is committed to accomplish everything which has been promised.
It is pertinent to mention that on the occasion of International Yoga Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in a historic address from Srinagar, reiterated his unwavering commitment of being steadfast in its promise to conduct assembly polls and restore statehood to the region.
Kavinder Gupta while welcoming the statement of PM Modi asserted that the commitment of party is aligned with its leadership's long-standing dedication to the development and prosperity of the region. "The promise of assembly polls and statehood is a testament to the government's resolve to empower the people and ensure democratic governance in the region", he said adding that the abrogation of Article 370, the introduction of progressive policies, and the implementation of development projects have brought unprecedented growth and stability in J&K. He said in past also, BJP had run and relied on the democratic processes and now again it is committed to hold Assembly polls. He said that in total, the Modi Government has held 13 elections successfully with maiden run of ULB and Panchayat polls in a flawless manner.
The former deputy Chief Minister said that PM Modi has a special space in his heart for Jammu and Kashmir and that is the reason behind selecting Srinagar to lead the International yoga Day celebrations. He noted that this decision underlined the Prime Minister's commitment to Kashmir's cultural and spiritual heritage, enhancing its global visibility.
Regarding PM Modi's upcoming visit to Jammu and Kashmir, Kavinder highlighted its potential to uplift the morale of the party cadre significantly. He called upon party workers to prepare ardently for the upcoming elections in the Union Territory, urging them to be fully committed to securing a resounding victory for the BJP.
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