Langate: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) General Secretary (organisation) Ashok Koul Sunday said the party will open its account in upcoming assembly polls and stated that they are committed to development in the region.
As per a party statement, Koul was addressing a huge gathering in Langate area of north Kashmir. Koul said three years ago, BJP opened its account (seats) in Kashmir. “Now it is time for assembly polls and we are hopeful that people will support us,” he said.
Koul was the chief guest on the occasion and also highlighted the achievements of the central government. He informed party workers about the schemes including Mumkin, Ayushman Bharat, PMKISAN Yojna, Ujwala Yojna, PM Gram Sadak Yojna, etc.
He said those who remained in power for seventy years failed in reaching the basic necessities to the public. Koul also said that the BJP is “determined, dedicated to development”.” As it is our slogan Sub Ka Saath Sab ka Vikas aur Sub Ka Vishwas, Koul said”
On the occasion, Ex MLC Surinder Amberdar also addressed the party workers.
He said previous government regimes failed to provide a platform to Kashmiri youth due to which they were alienated from the mainstream, he added.
“From the past seven years, youth are coming forward to join mainstream,” Amberdar said. The convention was attended by District General Secretary Kupwara Shabeer Ahmed Zargar, North Kashmir in-charge Wani Mudasir, Constituency president Langate Javaid Ahmad Mir.