Former J&K Chief Minister and Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Ghulam Nabi Azad Friday said Congress will form the next government in the State.
"All other political parties are befooling people with false slogans," he said, addressing a rally here.
He said "some political parties in JK are on one hand acting as sympathizers of people and other the other, hand-in-glove with elements who are aspiring to dilute the social and political systems in the state."
He said "all political parties, except Congress, have entered into a secret pact with the BJP to be a part of the new government in J&K."
Expressing confidence about success in the forthcoming elections, Azad said Congress has "contributed a lot in development of the state. I am sure people will choose our candidates and Congress will form the next government in the state."
Praising the efforts of people in "redeeming the democratic spirit in the constituency", Azad said "once a hot-bed of militancy, this constituency today wears a festive look as flags of all major political parties are visible across the district."
"The people in Bandipora were caught in between militants and highhandedness of security forces," Azad said, adding, "It's the Congress which redressed your grievances."
Asserting that BJP is "disastrous for India as well as Jammu and Kashmir", Azad said "Nobody can fight BJP except Congress."