Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) state president and chief spokesman Ravinder Raina on Thursday said that the elections in the state are not meant for the political solution of Kashmir issue but are destined for the basic amenities to the people.
Talking to a local news agency KNS BJP Raina said that the party is ready to go for any polls in the state. “We are ready to start a campaigning for the polls. We are ready to go before the public for Panchayat and Municipal elections,” he said, adding that if Governor dissolves the assembly and Election Commission of India (ECI) issue notification for polls, BJP is all set to go for elections any time.
Raina said that the restoration of democratic institutions are inevitable for which the elections are mandatory as people are suffering at gross root level in absence of basic facilities.
He said that people are voting only for the basic facilities. “The elections are not meant for the political solution of Kashmir issue but the polls are meant only to ensure basic facilities including Sadak, Bijli and Pani to the people,” he said.